The Top most haunted house In United States America

Did you ever search “haunted houses near me” on google? Google might not show you the best results but we are providing you a list of the most haunted places in the United States.

1. Crescent Hotel

Crescent Hotel

The Most famous Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs bills itself as America’s most haunted hotel. It was featured on the most popular television show Ghost Hunters in 2005-06.  Maximum guests have reported paranormal activity and Ghost sighting in Crescent Hotel,

A fact that Hotel bought by Marty and Elise Roenigks in 1997.  Whereas a result, the Roenigks hired  certified mediums to do a reading of the building. After some time medium reported there some scary incident that hotel showed signs of being a portal “to the other side,” a dimension that holds the spirits of the dead” and can be accessed on the same frequency as ghosts.

2. Villisca, Villisca Axe Murder House

Villisca, Villisca Axe Murder House

The history of the Vilisca Axe Murder house is detailed in this section  with On June 10, 1912, Josiah and Sarah Moore, their four children and two visiting guests were death inside this quiet Iowa home. The crime  unsolved now and much of the home is still preserved exactly as it was on that fateful night.  But I recommend visit the Villisca Axe Murder House at your own risk: In 2014-15, a paranormal investigator who booked a room wound up stabbing himself by morning.

3. Atchison, KS: The Sallie HouseAtchison, KS: The Sallie House

The Sallie House history was very scary, A family who lived in the Sallie House in the 1990s documented their experience on the TV show Sightings, which talked of frequent apparitions, flying objects and scratching, and shoving, gouging  and mainly directed at the male owner. If you dare and want to take risk, The home is now vacant but is a popular pick for paranormal researchers, and anyone can book the house to stay the night .


Atchison, KS: The Sallie HouseAtchison, KS: The Sallie House

Through the house known to be haunted, Sallie’s haunting grew in 1993, One day when the house was rented to a young couple. Their dog was seating in hall and seemed to growl at nothing, especially near the upstairs nursery.  The unexplained Things began to take a violent turn, however Fires broke out in the house and a series of sinister attacks only on  the husband. The operating area would become cold. The Objects would visibly move  by the young man drew near. He could feel scratches upon his chest, hand or abdomen. But wife or baby was safe.

·The Incidents by visitors to the Sallie House include:

·video and investigative equipment that stop working.

  1. ·The batteries that are full and immediately completely draining, How can this possible?
  2. ·Experience moving objects.
  3. ·Felt scratches or bruising on their bodies during/after visits.
  4. ·physical touches.
  5. ·mysterious coldness.
  6. ·trained dogs refuse to enter the nursery.

4. Lizzie Borden House

Lizzie Borden House

Another Murder history of the Lizzie Borden House is where Lizzie Borden and her family lived. This location famous for the notorious 1892 unsolved double murder of Andrew and Abby Borden. It is located at 230 Second Street in the city of Fall River, Massachusetts.

Recent history

In 1996 Martha McGinn who inherited the house. Grandparents of Martha’s purchased the house on August 4, 1948. According to rumors the Scary room where Lizzie’s stepmother Abby Borden was found murdered in the bedrooms at the bed and breakfast. As a tourist attraction, The Fall River Historical Society promotes the Lizzie Borden bed and breakfast scary House.

Tours of the house make reference to the possibility of paranormal activity ghostly activity. However, The investigator of claims of the paranormal activity  involve the ideomotor effect rather than the presence of a ghostly spirit.

The house was recently  sold again on 1/25/2021 for 2$ Million.

5. The White House: Washington, D.C.

The White House: Washington, D.C.

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Various people don’t know about this real fact, The White House may be home to the president, but rumored to house many illustrious ghosts within its storied walls. one more scary experience by President Ronald Reagan reportedly entertained dinner party guests with stories of his dog barking at invisible specters and his daughter, walking to a transparent figure looking out the window of the Lincoln Bedroom. It may be possible President Lincoln himself, returning to his former home in the hopes of reuniting with his wife or son. Where British Prime Minister Winston Churchill shared his incident of Lincoln’s ghost too, while he was stepping out the bathtub.

Presently White House is not offering tours.

6. Poinsett Bridge, Greenville, South Carolina

The Pointsett Bridge built entirely out of stone in 1820,Bridge is the centerpiece of the 120 acre Poinsett Bridge Heritage preserve owned by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and maintained by Greenville Country Rec. This is the oldest bridge in South Carolina is also one of the state’s most haunted spots. The Poinsett Bridge is believed to ghost of a man who died in a car accident there in the 1950s, also the ghost of an enslaved person. Another legend tells of a mason who died during the construction and is now entombed inside. Visitors reported to the site have allegedly experienced everything from floating orbs and lights to disembodied voices.

Poinsett Bridge, Greenville, South Carolina

7. Dock Street Theater, Charleston, South Carolina

This is the first building of the america which is used for theatrical performances. This is the very old theaters in America. Before 1930s fire burned down the original theater, it converted back to a theater in the 1930s. The story behind that of the most flamboyant ghost here is the legend Nettie Dickerson  it, was struck by lightning while standing on the balcony of the hotel. Where, Her shadow has been reported gliding along the second floor of the theater, dressed in a red gown.

8.The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado

The Best selling book The shining night inspired Stephen King’s The Shining, which became a bestselling book In 1980, the classic Stanley Kubrick horror movie adaptation was released.  

In 1909,The Couple F.O. and Flora Stanley in Massachusetts  opened the isolated resort—and reportedly never left yet . According to paranormal experts Stanley can be heard playing her Steinway piano in the music room at night, Mr. Stanley occasionally shows up in photographs. There have been reports of bags being unpacked, lights turning off and on, and echoes of children’s laughter heard in the hallways. By the Paranormal experts hail the Stanley Hotel as one of the haunted  nation’s most active ghost sites.

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