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Purchased in 1886 by businessman Marcus Daly, and remodeled several times throughout this family's ownership, this house was to be Daly's family's summer home. The three-story home has over 50 rooms, including 25 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and 7 fireplaces.
In a small town called Port Willunga in Australia the Star of Greece ship crashed at the beach. They brought the dead men's bodies back to a Pub in Aldinga and layed the bodies there. They say if you go down to the ruins now the ghosts will get you and you will never be seen again. They also say an underground tunnel led from Pub to Pub.
During the Tulsa Race Riots, many African Americans were hanged here. It is said that if one takes his car to this road and put its in neutral, it will climb the hill. It is said that the people hanged during the riots are the force pushing the car.
Long ago, a young girl named Mary committed suicide when the moon was full. Today, during a full moon, if one travels to the cabin, looks in the mirror and says "Bloody Mary" three times, Mary will return and wreak havoc on the cabin.
The Wendy Williamson Auditorium at the University of Alaska - Anchorage has had some unusual paranormal activity happen over the years, according to students and staff. While the construction started in 1973, the actual auditorium wasn't finished until years later due to financial problems. Original plans were downgraded and proof remains today with doors that lead to nowhere, rooms that serve no purpose and unused elevator shafts. It's no surprise that students and staff find themselves
Ground was broken in 1866 for the Carson City Mint Building and opened as a national mint in 1869. This mint produced $49,000,000 of gold and silver coins from 1870-1893. In 1899, the mines had dwindled and the U.S. Treasury closed the mint down.