Laurel and Brian Poremski bought a house in Baltimore, Maryland that was considerably cheaper than they expected it to be. Their daughter, a bright five-year-old named Isabella, began to talk to what her parents believed was an imaginary fright. She would talk to “Emily” as if she were sitting beside her, and Brian and Laurel thought things were normal.
The USF Constellation is the first ship to be in the U.S. Navy as well as the oldest commissioned warship in the world. Built as a frigate in 1797, it was rebuilt in 1853 as a sloop of war. It is now part of the Constellation Center Museum, located on Pier 1.
The Glenn Dale Hospital was very successful in the early 1900s, but it was abandoned in the 1970s. It was made up of six different buildings on opposite sides of the road, but the hauntings seem to take place in the two structures that lay closest to the road on the right. To add to the already disturbing appearance of the hospital, most of the doors have been broken. Unused medical equipment has been abandoned within the walls of the Glenn Dale Hospital.
The Mount Saint Mary’s College and Seminary is the oldest independent Catholic college in America, having been founded in 1808. The college’s former president, Reverend Simon Bruté, died in 1839. He has been seen following groups of students on the sidewalks of the campus, though they have all been dead for years.
On October 13th, 1907 at 1:30 AM, a group of naval officers claimed that Lt. James Sutton went insane and shot himself in front of the other officers. The very same day, Sutton’s ghost began to appear to his mother and sister, who lived in Portland, Oregon, and did not know of his death yet.