Built in 1818, the Highgate Manor Inn was an Underground Railroad stop during the Civil War due to its tunnels beneath the house.Â In 1870, the manor was sold to Dr. Henry Baxter, where he used the manor as his…
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In this thicket, it is said that a man was decapitated by a passing train, and ever since then has been searching for his lost head. He is reported to be seen in the form of a light, which is most often seen during hazy nights. Also, it has been reported that the lights follows cars at various times.
In 1911, a man and his fiancee lived in this house. On the night before their wedding, the two got into a fight and the woman was pushed down the stairs; she died. The man then buried his would-be-bride behind the house. It is said that if one passes her grave, he will sometimes see the woman in a white grown floating around the area.
Located on Waialae Avenue in Oahu, the old Waialae Drive-In Theater is said to be haunted due to it being next to an old graveyard.Â There have been numerous stories about ghost encounters, one in particular, is of the faceless woman with no feet.Â Many have said to have seen this faceless woman in the woman's bathroom at the theater.Â She pounds on stall doors and even has appeared in the mirror.Â The theater closed in the 1980s.
This whole area of town is haunted by the victims of a derailed train. Sometimes the light of the train may be seen. The main complaint, however, is that if one is crossing the tracks, his car will stall. The only thing he can do is sit there and let the phantom train pass through his vehicle. The nearby mill, which has been abandoned for many years, is said to start up every Halloween.
While Franklin Castle in Ohio is a large and beautifully constructed building, it is far from a fairytale mansion. Countless deaths and cruel murders have taken place within its walls, leading Franklin Castle to be considered Ohioâ??s most haunted places.
The Kreischer family once owned and operated a brick factory that supplied most the bricks for the Staten Island area in the 1800s. With their profits, they built two large mansions-one for the original family, and another for their son, and his wife. The second home, which was built far from the main road, suspiciously burned down, taking both the son's and his wife's lives. Prior to the burning of the home, a feud had erupted between the son and his father, for which there was no