Established in 1872, the fort was once home to Lt. Col. George A. Custer, who is said to haunt his former house alongside the spirit of his wife Libbie.
This peculiar mansion has more than 160 rooms and 2,000 doors. Some believe Mrs. Winchester continued modifying her home to escape the spirits of those killed by the Winchester rifle.
Considered one of the most haunted locations on the planet, this closed sanatorium is believed to be haunted by the ghosts of former patients treated for tuberculosis during the early 20th century.
This former state penitentiary opened in 1876. In the years between its opening and eventual closing in 1995, the Gothic facility saw its fair share of turmoil, from prison riots to executions.
Paranormal activity reported at the lighthouse includes the disembodied voice of a woman asking for help. Dark of the Moon ghost tours take visitors into the lighthouse at night.
The fort is home to Robert, a handmade doll that purportedly causes electronic devices to malfunction, and staff members swear his facial expressions have changed.
Ghost stories at this house built in 1861 date back more than a century. Common sightings include a lady in a white dress, a man walking through the lily beds in the garden and an entity in the den.
Purportedly one of West Virginia's most haunted sites, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum opened its doors in 1864. By the 1950s, the facility was operating way over capacity with inhumane conditions.
This museum and park has been a hub of paranormal activity. Reports include spirits of inmates on death row and a woman wandering the banks of the nearby Colorado River looking for her drowned daughter.
This quirky Las Vegas museum showcases original collectibles from supposedly haunted destinations around the United States, all in a 1938 property that is itself believed to be haunted.