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!
Ten years ago, a man hanged himself in this house. Today, the television emits a green light from the screen when it is unplugged. Lights flash on and off, footsteps are heard, and the bed in the master bedroom seems to vacillate between sides of the room.
This house was once owned and inhabited by a wealthy family who eventually died. Today, the house has been converted to Cheney Cowle's Museum. Hauntings include sightings of children playing in the bedrooms, mysterious noises, and some even claim that eyes in the portraits move.
A former civil war hospital, this home served as the site of many amputations during the war. Today, an amputee haunts the house. However, he is a friendly apparition who simply walks around the house on his one leg.
It is said that this golf course is haunted by an apparition named Jim. It is said that when the land was cleared to build the course, a homeless black man was discovered. Soon the man died. Since that time, it has been said that balls go into holes and come back out. It is also said that sometimes balls will roll in a straight line and suddenly veer off suddenly to the right or left.
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
Belcourt Castle is a large Louis XIII style estate that hosts regular ghost tours and candlelight mystery tours--and with good reason. Belcourt Castle, the sixty-room summer cottage of Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont, has a reputation for being one haunted destination that does not disappoint. Construction started on the estate in 1891 and continually employed three hundred skilled craftsmen for three full years.