Known as the "Fort that Saved America," during the Revolutionary War, Fort Mifflin in Philadelphia was built in 1771. It was the site of the largest bombardment in North America at the time and is still intact to…
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With its beautiful woodwork and stained glass windows, the Roberson Mansion in New York’s Southern Tier has more than breathtaking architecture and a great sense of history. It seems to have ghosts.
Way on back in the 1800's a young women was running away from slave hunters. She had her young baby with her. The baby kept crying and she drowned the baby in a creek so he wouldn't give her away. Today if you go back into the woods at night you can hear and sometimes see the little baby crying and looking for his mother.
In the 1903, an old man, his wife, and their son lived on this farm. After losing the farm on a bet, the enraged man went home and axed his wife and son to their deaths. He then turned himself in to the police and served several years in jail. After he was released, feeling as if he had not been duly punished, the man placed bars on his windows to emulate the environment of his jail cell. It is said that through the bars, one may see the wife and child of the man sitting on the living room
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.
Before retirement, this 175-year-old mill has been used for grist, wheat, and basket-making. There have been many reports of strange happenings in the building, such as the sound of a gong, which hasn't been used in years, the sound of typing on an old typewriter, when the nearest typewriter was in storage 1000 feet away, and many others. In 1993, a seance was conducted, where the medium claimed to see the image of a child who had been injured at the mill.
After completing a team-building ropes course, a resident advisor induced her death by overdosing on medication; she left the phone off the hook. Residents of this dorm allege that their telephones are taken off the hook during the middle of the night; the noise wakes them.