Welcome to Real Haunted Houses! Are you looking for a haunted house? We are working hard to create the most complete library of haunted houses, spooky stories, ghostly tales and all things paranormal. We have mountains of stories about ghosts, ghouls, and specters. Do you believe in the supernatural? Read the stories, and you will start to see why you should!
In this house once lived a woman and her five children. One particularly harsh winter, one of the children caught a deadly bout of influenza. Quickly, the disease spread to all the other children and they died a slow, agonizing death. Today, the children are heard talking, screaming, and crying.
When this house was first built, it was inhabited by a young couple and their newborn baby. After being fired from his job, the man decided that he had no choice but to kill himself and his family. Enraged, he took a butcher knife and sliced his wife and child into pieces, placing the slices in the refrigerator. The insensate man turned the knife and dealt himself a deadly blow to the heart. the knife and stabbed. Today, if there is a full moon, one may see the slices moving about the house.
Located in Fall River, MA., the Lizzy Borden house was the sight of the infamous double axe murderers of Lizzy Borden's father, Andrew, and her stepmom, Abby, on August 4, 1892. Although Lizzy was the prime suspect for the crimes committed, she was acquitted in 1893 and to this day no one has been convicted for the murders.
One night, a funeral carriage was seen passing in the sky by many onlookers; it was later realized that a Celtic family had died. As there are no mountains in the area, the carriage was definitely flying through the sky.
Outside of Utica, in the town of Little Falls, New York, is Beardslee Manor. Now a beautifully restored restaurant, Beardslee Manor hosts weddings and receptions. But some visitors have found more attending their wedding parties than just their invited guests. Beardslee Manor has a reputation for being haunted, and once you understand its history, you may know why.
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 Ohio’s most haunted places.