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Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Weston, West Virginia

Home to thousands of mentally ill people, this asylum in Weston, WV, opened in 1864.  Also known as the Weston State Hospital, the asylum was originally designed to house 250 beds, which grew tremendously over the…

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Illinois College

Jacksonville, Illinois

After failing to be accepted into a sorority, a girl committed suicide in her room; that room is now haunted by her ghost. Residents of that room can leave and come back to an unlocked door. The lights, music, television, and curling irons will all be on though they were turned off before. Things move locations or will be missing for a few days without explanation. The television would also turns off randomly while one is watching it.

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Chester, England

Chester was one of the most important garrison towns for the Roman army during the Roman Conquests. Today, Roman soldiers are seen marching through the town, en route to fight the Celts. Countless workmen have reportedly seen apparitions of former residents while renovating houses.

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Kansas State University

Manhattan, Kansas

Kansas State University, known affectionately as K-state, was founded in 1858 with only 53 enrolled. Today, its elegant, castle-like campus is home to over 23,000 students. The football stadium especially is beautifully constructed, housing The Purple Masque Theatre on its east side.

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Carson City Mint Building

Carson City, Nevada

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.

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Hell’s Gate

Oxford, Alabama

The bridge has earned this name because it is said if one stops on the bridge and turns around, the road behind him looks like the fiery gates of Hell. Many years ago, a young couple lost their lives on this bridge. On a dark night, if one stops on the bridge and turns off all the lights, a member of the couple will get into the vehicle, leaving a wet spot on the seat.

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The Julie Ideson Building

Houston, Texas

n this former public library which is adjacent to the new one, Mr. Cramer used to roam the premises during his days as a janitor in the early 1900s. He would spend his leisure time strolling about the halls playing melodies on his violin, and playing with his dog. In 1936, he died alone in his room, which lies in the basement. Employees report that eerie strands of violin music are heard throughout the halls, usually on dreary, cloudy days. Mr. Cramer has also been spotted in one of his favorite

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