Katie’s Church

Katie’s Church in White Hall, Pennsylvania is home to strange noises, orbs, and light without any apparent sources. There is rumor that blood flows out of the boarded windows. The church, which is currently out of use, remains intact. A cemetery located behind the church is believed to be the source of the hauntings.

Myrtle Grove Cemetery

The oldest graves in Myrtle Grove Cemetery date as far back as the mid-1800s. Occurences have include the apparitions of people walking through the cemetery, dark emotional feelings, and odd sounds. Paranormal activities also occur within the surrounding homes.

Joe’s Older Than Dirt Place

Joe’s Older Than Dirt Place (also known as Joe’s Place) is a bar that opened in 1937. Due to its long operation time, the bar has had several regulars come to it. Since the 1980s, the bar has put up plaques on the central pole dedicated to the regulars who have since passed away. There have been reports of strange noises, moving chairs, and unexplained voices at night when the workers are closing the place. White apparitions have passed in front of people at night and in the early morning hours.

Hebron Lane Cemetery

It is said that on moonlit nights, you can see the “ghost of Hebron Lane”, an elderly woman who walks through the cemetery carrying a lantern. She is seen wearing a long dress, an apron, and a scarf on her head. The story goes that she holds her lantern high, looking in the trees for her lost cat. The woman appears most often during Halloween and the fall months.

Harvey Browny Church

There have been several strange occurrences at the Harvey Browny Church that occur nightly. At around 5:00 PM, a presence can be felt in the largest chapel. From 7:00 PM to 9:30 Pm, the sound of footsteps, scuffing feet, and knocking on doors can be heard. There is a total of three spirits that are known to haunt the chapel: a man, a little girl, and a mother or older woman. The cause of the haunting is unknown.

Cherokee Cemetery

The Cherokee Cemetery has had several reports of flashing lights emanating from it. The sound of a man screaming can be heard. On many accounts, people have said they were chased by an unseen entity.

Cave Hill

Visitors of Cave Hill have witnessed strange green orb-shaped lights floating around the cemetery. Odd noises have been heard in the area as well, and many gravestones have been seen mysteriously falling down as if some unseen force was pushing them. It is said that if you stand by the black gate, you can hear bizarre noises from miles away.

The Insane Asylum in Dunwoody, Georgia

The insane asylum in Dunwoody, Georgia is haunted by the patients who were abused there. Paranormal activity includes a cool breeze coming through a room without windows, ghosts of dead bodies lying in the morgue trays in the basement’s morgue, feeling presences behind you,  and footsteps descending the stairs. Rumor has it that the hospital was torn down and turned into a skate park, but it is unconfirmed.

Fredonia State College

The Fredonia State College, which is located in Fredonia, New York, is a college that houses both the living and the dead. Years ago, one of its students, James “Jimmy” Robert Igoe, drowned during a fishing trip to Lake Erie. Now, he haunts the college, slamming doors, playing around with the bathrooms and their water system, messing around with the elevator, changing television channels, and turning lights on and off. It is said that if you ask him to stop, he will listen to you.

The Insane Asylum in Raytown, Missouri

The insane asylum used to have claims of disembodied footsteps, moaning, and mysterious blood on the floor. One of the ghosts believed to haunt the hospital is an elderly man. The Raytown insane asylum has since burned down.

Lawang Sewu

Lawang Sewu, which means “one thousand doors” in Indonesian, literally has 1,000 doors. Built during the 18th century and left over from the Netherlands Colonialism, it features Netherlands-style architecture. In addition to the terrifying sensation of getting lost in such a large building, there is also a paranormal element.

Matt’s Bridge

It is believed that if you drive onto Matt’s Bridge and you park it/shut it off in the middle of the bridge, you will be pushed by the ghosts of those who have died on the bridge or near it. Those who have experienced this have reported seeing things and hearing things outside of the car. Once you leave the road, you will notice that there are handprints are all over your car (some of them may be yours).