The Most Haunted Places in Each of the 50 U.S. States

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From historic hotels and battlefields haunted by the spirits of the past to eerie asylums and abandoned prisons, the allegedly haunted places on this list have one thing in common: a long history of unexplained occurrences and chilling legends.

While skepticism may prevail, the allure of these sites is undeniable, drawing visitors and paranormal enthusiasts seeking to explore the mysteries that shroud them.

Arizona – Bird Cage Theatre, Tombstone

This former theater and saloon witnessed numerous violent incidents during the Wild West era. Visitors and staff have reported hearing ghostly laughter, and gunshots, and seeing apparitions of cowboys and ladies of the night.

Colorado – Stanley Hotel, Estes Park

The Stanley Hotel inspired Stephen King’s novel “The Shining.” Visitors have reported paranormal activity in many areas, including the sound of piano music when no one is playing, apparitions, and ghostly children playing in the hallways.

Delaware – Fort Delaware, Delaware City

This Civil War-era fort is believed to be haunted by the spirits of soldiers and prisoners. Visitors have reported hearing footsteps, ghostly apparitions, and feeling sudden drops in temperature.

Georgia – Moon River Brewing Company, Savannah

The brewery is located in a historic building with a history of violence and duels. Visitors have reported seeing ghostly figures, experiencing unexplained cold spots, and witnessing objects move on their own.

Hawaii – ‘Iolani Palace, Honolulu

‘Iolani Palace is said to be haunted by the spirit of Queen Liliuokalani, the last reigning monarch of Hawaii. Visitors and staff have reported hearing her voice and witnessing unexplained phenomena.

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