The Dimond Center was built atop a several thousand-year-old sacred burial ground used by Native Alaskans. During the construction, workers digging in the ground discovered a few of the original graves, but continued working due to the age and size of the resting places. Today, the spirits of the natives, whose graves were desecrated, appear in front of lone people in the restrooms as well as the smaller hallways.
A former owner of the True Value Hardware Store, Bernice Worden, was serial killer Ed Gein’s last victim. The Butcher of Plainfield, as he was nicknamed, had gone into the store they day before she was murdered. Now, her apparition has been seen within the store, holding onto order forms, and saying something about the anti-freeze – the item that Gein had gone in the store to get.
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.
Before it was used as a furniture store, the Bailey Furniture Store was used as a supermarket. The owner of the market was murdered, and the killer was never found. Now, he still haunts the store, and he will break furniture for no reason. Unusual sounds have been heard coming from his old office in the back.
Jarquin is a small store in Mietchulan, Oaxaca, Mexico that is haunted by its former owner. He is known to walk in and out of the building, and he has been notorious for pushing customers out of the store.
In 1978, the Wal-Mart in Chanute, Kansas was upgraded into a Super Center, which caused one man to try to protest it in anger. He died in the parking lot for unknown reasons. Now, he haunts the store, and is known to hang around the children’s aisle, where he often plays with the toys when he is happy. If, however, he’s angry, he gives off cold air and shuts down the power on Halloween. It is believed that only children can see him, and those who follow him don’t come back.
Years ago, the Country Mart’s parking lot was the site of a little girl’s murder. Ever since it happened, workers in the later hours have complained of hearing strange noises and seeing the apparition of the little girl. Not much is known about the building otherwise.
Now a state park, Fort Delaware served as a prison for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. Workers and tourists alike have seen ghosts, felt cold spots, and heard disembodied voices. The ghost of a Civil War soldier has been reported watching groups of tourists from the upper ramparts. The fort, which is located on an island, also has a cemetery for soldiers who died of typhus and malaria, which is supposedly haunted as well.
On December 7th, 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy bombed Navy Base Pearl Harbor (now Hickam Field, formerly and most commonly known as Hickam Air Force Base) to prevent any future attacks on Japan. The bombing led to extreme amounts of damage, aircraft destruction, 189 people killed, and 303 injured. Now, the base is said to be haunted by the 189 lingering souls.
The stock crew at the Christmas Store in Disneyland has reported having extremely weird feelings and overall uneasiness when they are alone in the store. There is a photograph of a woman from the 19th century with a straight face, but many people who have seen her say that she has frowned at them.
The Smokey Hill 7-11 located in Aurora, Colorado was built atop the site of an old Native American Reservation. Most of its activity takes place between midnight and 3:00 AM for unknown reasons. Items have been seen flying off the shelves as if they have been thrown, even when no one is in the store (security cameras have filmed this happening).
The Wal-Mart located in Muskegon, Michigan has seen two deaths in its time. One involved a man committing suicide via hanging, and the other was a man who accidentally drove into the shipping docks since the thick fog blocked all traffic signals. Now, items are thrown off shelves too far to have simply fallen. Play balls have been bounced up and down as if they were being dribbled by some unseen entity. Odd bells have been reported to ring within the store.