City Municipal Building

Built in 1899, the City Municipal Building was the first territorial court in Alaska, and now serves as the city hall and tourism department. The second floor (currently a museum) has been home to strange noises for decades; no one can seem to pinpoint the cause of the sounds.

Windigo

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.

Lemon’s Park

Location: Pratt, Kansas, USA Founded: Unknown Type: Park Status: Open History The south end of Lemon’s Park is believed to be cursed. Once, there was a man who drove to the southern end of the park, parked his car, and proceeded to commit suicide. In another incident, a fatal car crash took place at the same end of…

Rocky Mountain High School

Location: Byron, Wyoming, USA Built: c. 1800s Operation Time: 1800s – Present Type: High School Status: Open History Rocky Mountain High School harbors a rumor that someone hung themselves within the walls of the high school. An apparition can be seen near the school library, and the sound of typing can be heard coming from the typing room. There are sounds…

Roosevelt School

Location: Excelsior Springs, Missouri, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – ? Type: HighSchool Status: Closed History: Though it was recently shut down, the Roosevelt School’s stage remains to be haunted by the spirit of a girl name Penny. Penny was a play cast member that hung herself during the performance due to a pregnancy. The surrounding buildings are…

Ramada Inn in Eureka, Missouri

Location: Eureka, Kansas, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Hotel Status: Open History: A Ramada Inn employee witnessed odd happenings on their shift while they were doing laundry and stocking closets. On one night, they saw shadows go across the dryers for about thirty seconds before they disappeared. Several years ago, a little girl named Aggie lived…

The Vaille Mansion

Location: Independence, Missouri, USA Built: Unknown Status: Still standing History: The Vaille Mansion used to be an insane asylum prior to its use as a residence. Several years ago, Mrs. Vaille committed suicide by overdosing on morphine shortly after her husband, Mr. Vaille, lost his sanity and died. In the upper part of the mansion…

The Hill School Chapel

Location: Pottstown, Pennsylvania, USA Built: Late 1800s Operation Time: 1800s – Present Type: Christian Status: Open History: 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…

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.

Wentworth Military Academy

Location: Lexington, Missouri, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Academy Status: Open History Wentworth Military Academy in Lexington, Missouri is known for being extremely haunted. The apparition of a little boy has been seen coming out at night to salute the helicopter on the academy’s grounds, only to disappear. A different little boy once…

Turn Hall

Location: Adams, Massachusetts, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: City Hall Status: Open History: 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…

Anoka State Hospital

Over the years, Anoka State Hospital has gone by many names – First State Asylum for the Insane, Anoka State Asylum, and most recently Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center (its current name). Built in 1898, it opened two years later in 1900, where it would serve as a patient-transfer hospital for the next fifty years.