Poliklinik Cheras

Poliklinik Cheras was a government hospital in its heyday, but it got abandoned without any reasoning. It is haunted by the ghost of a dead patient. The hospital has since been torn down, but the ghostly patient still haunts the grounds in this Malaysian haunt.

Black Death Hospital

The Black Death Hospital in Roscrea, Ireland is reputed as being one of the most haunted hospitals in the world. It was used as a children’s hospital for those suffering from the “black death”, or the bubonic plague. Several years ago, construction workers were digging around sewer pipes when they were surprised to find the bones of nearly fifty children. Locals refuse to visit the hospital at night, claiming that the ghosts of the children will lure you to your death to join them.

Spring Lawn Farm

The Spring Lawn Farm, nicknamed “the Albino Farm”, has been surrounding of legends and lore for several years. Multiple versions of the story have been told around Springfield, Missouri so much that it is hard to separate fact from fiction. However, they generally all follow one of three general ideas.

Fort Riley

Fort Riley is located in Manhattan Kansas, and is plagued with paranormal activity in various parts of the fort. In the main post, there have been reports of an apparition of an old nurse or caretaker walking through the area. Her name and back story are unknown to this day.

Sedgwick County Historical Museum

Formerly used as the Wichita City Hall, the building used to have offices, jail cells, and a hidden room in the basement where dark activities were performed. Now, staff have reported strange occurrences on all floors of the building. A local paranormal team, Wichita Paranormal, encountered smells with no source, disembodied footsteps, orbs of light, shadows, and convincing EVPs. It is currently a public museum.

Buffalo State Hospital

The Buffalo State Hospital, also known as the “Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane”, “H.H. Richardson Complex”, “Buffalo State Lunatic Asylum”, and “Buffalo Psychiatric Center”, was built in 1871 with two medieval-style towers under the name Buffalo State Asylum. The appearance of the hospital has been compared with that of Danvers State Lunatic Asylum.

Ospedale Pedagogico di Aguscello

Ospedale Pedagogico di Aguscello (also known as the Ospedale Psichiatrico Infantile di Aguscellois) is haunted by the “insane” children who used to live at the hospital. The nuns that worked there are believed to have tortured the patients, and there are some on-site graves suggesting that they killed them.

Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital

Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital  (named for Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo, the hospital’s head doctor) in Jakarta, Indonesia is haunted by several entities, such as the doctor with a surgical knife with his hands covered in blood, the nurse who always alerts doctors of emergency patients, and various patients who died there. They generally walk around at night, and make their presence known if there is a visitor.

Plunkett Hospital

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.

Manor Grove Nursing Home

The residents of Manor Grove Nursing Home that suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s have complained of a little boy who plays in their room at night and tends to wake them up. It is said that it is the ghost of a little boy who was killed on the nearby railroad tracks during the 1950s or 60s.

St. Louis City Hospital

The Old City Hospital, more widely known as the St. Louis City Hospital, was the city’s primary public hospital and, for most of the 20th century, ran as a multi-level and multi-building complex. By 1970, it had reached a total of twelve buildings, seven of which remain today.

Glenn Dale Hospital in Glenn Dale, Maryland

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.