Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina
One scary encounter tourists tell is hearing Vanderbilt's wife's voice. The secret tunnels and entrances only add to the atmosphere!

Portland, Oregon's Pittock Mansion
Today, the historic location serves as a museum, although there are still examples of a moving picture and other exhibits.


St. Augustine Lighthouse in St. Augustine, Florida
. Past lighthouse keepers, as well as two sisters who perished on the grounds, are said to still be roaming the grounds. 

Weston, West Virginia's Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
This institution, which was also featured on Ghost Hunters, first opened its doors to mentally ill inmates in the mid-1800s and closed down in 1994. 

Savannah, Georgia's Kehoe House
 The Kehoe House, which formerly housed the 12-person Kehoe family as well as the Goette Funeral Home, is Exhibit A

Long Beach, California's R.M.S. Queen Mary
To board this spooky ship, you'll need your sea legs and a little daring. Its last sail was on Halloween in 1967.

Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Norman Baker pretended to be a doctor and remade the Crescent Hotel as a fake cancer hospital in the 1930s, claiming ownership

New Orleans, Louisiana's LaLaurie Mansion
This French Quarter landmark is named for its master, Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie 

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