Windigo in Savoy, Massachusetts opened during the 1980s, and it is believed to be haunted by the spirits of six young girls and a woman. Legend has it that one of the camp’s councilors had gone insane, hanging three girls in a barn and drowning another three in a tub. After her rampage, she proceeded to commit suicide. Odd paranormal activity now surrounds the camp and the adjacent Winsor State Forest.
The slaughterhouse in Danvers, Massachusetts is haunted by the spirit of a woman. At around 2 AM one morning, a group of friends decided to investigate the building. Inside, they filmed shadows, the apparition of a woman with long hair wearing a torn dress, and sounds of female laughter. The woman’s identity remains unknown.
Caritas Southwood Hospital, which was formerly called Pondville State Hospital, closed to the public in 2003, but kept its cancer center open. There have been numerous sightings of patients roaming the halls, including an elderly man on an elevator and a little girl down the hallway. Other activity includes disembodied footsteps, cold spots, and fuzzy white orbs. Currently, the hospital is heavily patrolled by police officers.
The old Worcester State Hospital has blood stains on its walls, and is boarded up to prevent entry. From the outside, the sounds of screaming can be heard, believed to be coming from the spirits of the patients who died at the hospital. Today, Worcester State Hospital is heavily patrolled by the police. You need permission in order to access the building.
Turn Hall in Adams, Massachusetts is haunted by a number of benign spirits. Inside the hall, there is a gym, a bar, a bowling alley, and an apartment. The residents of the apartment say that they have seen unusual things, including apparitions and objects moving.
This house belonged to Lizzie Borden’s lawyer during the time of the murders of Mr. and Mrs. Borden. In 1995, a family bought the house and moved in, unaware that it was haunted. Doors would mysteriously open and close, there were odd noises, and the family dog barked at a door that the family had never opened. A month later, the family moved out.
The Lakeville Hospital was forced to close its doors to the public due to lack of funding. However, the undead are free to stay as long as they want. The windows on the front of the hospital have been seen getting spattered with blood even despite the fact no one is inside. Odd sounds of walking, running, crying, and screaming have been heard coming from the hospital as well, particularly on the third floor in the operating rooms.
Dracut State Forest is haunted by ghosts who linger in the woods and tend to appear during Cutter Farm’s horseback trail rides. One of the spirits is a Native American man from the reservation who walks along the trails from sunset into the night. The sounds of screaming and whispering from young children can be heard, as well as the shouting of Native Americans.
The Lizzie Borden house was built in 1845 as a home for two families, but it was later changed into a single family house. It was purchased by Andrew J. Borden, who had bought it so he could be closer to his bank and downtown businesses.
Marengo was originally built in Autauga County, Alabama in 1847, but it was disassembled and moved across the Alabama River, where it was reassembled in Lowndesboro in 1854. About one hundred years later in 1961, Kathleen Powell, an invalid, committed suicide within the mansion’s walls.
Visitors of Oak Grove Cemetery have reported seeing lights and hearing screaming coming from the Borden family plot. Many have felt bad feelings in the area as well. The cemetery was built in 1855, and added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 16th, 1983.
Plunkett Hospital is currently being considered for renovations to turn the hospital into condos for senior citizens. However, it is said to be haunted, having several odd happening surround it. Sounds of blood-curdling screams and apparitions of patients who died at the hospital are just some of them. Now, the windows and doors are boarded up to prevent the sensation of being watched by the spirits, as many passersby have reported.