The Whaley House (San Diego, California): Considered one of the most haunted houses in the U.S., the Whaley House has a dark past and is associated with numerous ghostly encounters.
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The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (Weston, West Virginia): This former psychiatric hospital is believed to be haunted by the spirits of former patients.
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The Bell Witch Cave (Adams, Tennessee): This cave is associated with the infamous Bell Witch legend, known for its malevolent and terrifying haunting.
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The Lemp Mansion (St. Louis, Missouri): Once home to the tragic Lemp family, this mansion is reputedly haunted by several family members who died under mysterious circumstances.
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The Winchester Mystery House (San Jose, California): Built by Sarah Winchester, the widow of a firearms magnate, this peculiar mansion is said to be haunted by the ghosts of those killed by Winchester rifles.
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The Queen Mary (Long Beach, California): This retired ocean liner turned hotel is believed to be haunted by numerous spirits, including those who lost their lives onboard.
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The Stanley Hotel (Estes Park, Colorado): This historic hotel inspired Stephen King's novel "The Shining" and is known for its paranormal activity and ghostly sightings.
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The Myrtles Plantation (St. Francisville, Louisiana): Considered one of America's most haunted homes, this plantation is said to be inhabited by several restless spirits.
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Alcatraz Island (San Francisco, California): The infamous Alcatraz federal prison is rumored to be haunted by the spirits of former prisoners who suffered there.
Eastern State Penitentiary (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): This former prison, known for its harsh conditions, is believed to be haunted by the spirits of former inmates.
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