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The Chase Home for Children

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Built in the 1800s as an orphanage for children, it is a court-appointed residential home for children today. …

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Woodrow Wilson House

District of Columbia, United States

President Woodrow Wilson lived in this house in D.C. after his second term in office.  He died in this house, on the third floor in 1924 and several years later his wife died in 1961.  After her death, the house was willed to the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  The house can currently be toured and many visitors and staff members have reported seeing the President's ghost in his rocking chair, along with the sounds of a man with a cane walking.

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Riders Inn

Painesville, Ohio

People spending the night in this hotel have reportedly been accosted by a menagerie of apparitions. There have been reports of hearing loud voices in the next room when the next room is empty. Visitors have also said to hear someone walking within the walls of the building as well as the hallway. Inside the inn, there is also one door that will not stay shut, even after 2 by 4s and nails have been used.

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East McDowell Jr. High

Marion, North Carolina

Presently the site of East McDowell Jr. High, an orphanage once stood on these grounds. One night, the orphanage was set ablaze. Everyone escaped safely, but six small children returned to the inferno to save their pets. Only three of the six survived. It is said that if one stands on the tennis courts of the school around midnight, the screeching of burning animals and children may be heard.

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Sprague Mansion

Cranston, Rhode Island

Today, â??one of Americaâ??s most haunted mansionsâ? is open to the public for tours. Around Halloween each year they also hold an annual Ghost Partyâ?? playing on their reputation and the homeâ??s history of tragedy to maintain a building of significant historic value. Once the home of societyâ??s elite members, the Sprague Mansion in Cranston, Rhode Island fell on hard times and faced demolition in 1967. Luckily the local historical society purchased and has since maintained the

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The Red House

Artesia, California

In 1911, a man and his fiancee lived in this house. On the night before their wedding, the two got into a fight and the woman was pushed down the stairs; she died. The man then buried his would-be-bride behind the house. It is said that if one passes her grave, he will sometimes see the woman in a white grown floating around the area.

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The Alamo

San Antonio, Texas

The defenders of this famous fort are said to roam the grounds frequently.

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