Poor Farm in Greenfield, Pennsylvania

Before the poor farm was built, there was a house on the same spot. During the Civil War, it was used as part as the Underground Railroad and was later converted into a nursing home. However, the building burned to the ground. The nearby intersection was nicknamed the “Four Corners of the Spiritual World”, as there were four corners with four different locations that seemed to make up the setting of most of the town’s inhabitants’ lives.

On one corner, there was a carnival that would take place, which residents would visit before going to the church, located on another corner. When they got old, they would go to the poor farm, on a third corner, which was proceeded by the fourth and final corner – the cemetery.

One day, the owner of the house asked his neighbor to keep an eye on it while he was gone – he never returned. Eventually, the house was sold, and the new owners made plans to renovate the place. While working on it, the construction crew was troubled by hauntings, and they were forced to walk out on the job. The owners then came to the decision to build a new house slightly behind the old location.

The poor farm is home to both benign and malevolent spirits; the most sighted evil spirit is a shadowy man who runs atop the building.  On some nights, apparitions of rooms that don’t exist anymore appear. The paranormal activity is heightened by the local witches who practice their craft nearby.

K-Mart in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania

The K-Mart in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania is haunted by an unidentified female spirit. Two overnight employees, each in a different portion of the store, witnessed the apparition of a woman donning a long white dress. One time, the woman called out the name “David” twice, which was the name of one of the employees. On numerous occasions, products have been thrown to the ground when no one was in the area. Additionally, previously folded clothes have been found in heaps and magnetic signs have fallen from the ceiling.

The Hill School Chapel

Built during the late 1800s, the Hill School Chapel was a gift from the alumni of the exclusive boarding school. John Meigs, the one of the school’s first headmasters, was suffering from severe depression, and he hung himself from a light inside of the chapel. Due to the fact his suicide was such a sin, Meigs could not be buried on holy ground; instead, he is buried outside the side doors of the chapel.

Mill Road Murder House

One day, a man returned home after being fired from his job. There, he discovered his wife and children murdered, and he proceeded to commit suicide. Now, the home is condemned and is under video surveillance.

Clifford Hotel

Many years ago, several men, women, and children were massacred in the main lobby by a man at the hotel who went insane. Even despite the fact people live on the second floor, there is an apparition of a hostile man who doesn’t like anyone going onto that floor.

Eastern State Penitentiary

The Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania opened in 1829 with some of the USA’s most infamous criminals entering the facility over the course of its operation (such as Al Capone and Willie Sutton).

Litch Mansion

The Litch family, who was extremely prominent in the timber and lumber industry during the mid-1840s, built a mansion on the hill overlooking North Fort Creek. In addition to the luxurious mansion, they owned a smaller summer home about 1/4 of a mile away from it.