Real Haunted Houses

Silver Queen Hotel

Virginia City, Nevada

Located in the old west city of Virginia City, NV, the Silver Queen Hotel is one of the most haunted places in the area.  Several strange things have been reported by guests. …

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Hannah House

Indianapolis, Indiana

This is house is said to have been built by a German immigrant upon arrival in the United States. During the nineteenth century, this house served as a station on the underground railroad. History says that there was a terrible fire one evening and all the slaves were burned to death in the basement. In order to maintain their secrecy, the owners walled up the section of the basement that held the dead bodies. Many have reported hearing screams and moans from the basement. In an upstairs room, a

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Satanic Cemetery

Stull, Kansas

In this old cemetery lies an old, burnt church that was the site of Satanic rituals many years ago. Many have seen ghosts walking around the site which is thought to be on of the seven gateways to hell. Today, the area has been fenced off due to the large number of visitors.

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Hennessy Mansion

Butte, Montana

Hennessy Mansion was originally owned by Daniel J. Hennessy, who was a wealthy businessman and a Democratic State Senator.  He built this home in the late 1890s.  This mansion was definitely a dream home, with three floors and a gym in the basement.  Throughout the course of time after Mr. Hennessy's death, the mansion has been used as a private residence, dormitory and fraternity house.

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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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Bernardsville Library

Bernardsville, New Jersey

During the Revolutionary War, a young lady named Parker became engaged. Her father, however, did not like the man and thus killed him. Parker went insane and hid in the library, until she died. It is said that now the library is haunted by Parker.

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Old Elerbe Road School

Shreveport, Louisiana

This former school was closed due to the disappearances of several people, one being a beloved janitor. When the children went to look for him, they too disappeared--one by one. All that remains is a building in which all the lockers have been knocked out; in their place is a mural of the grim reaper. At night, one may hear the screams of children and the sound of a school bell.

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