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Ponce de Leon Hotel

Florida, St. Augustine, United States

The building that is now a college used to be the Ponce de Leon Hotel, run by Henry Flagler and his mentally unstable wife. After their daughter died, Mrs. Flagler hanged herself on the fourth floor of the hotel. The building, which is also the girls dormitory is plagued by many strange events. Girls on the third floor constantly hear ballroom music above them, although the 4th floor is sealed off. One girl reportedly went into hysterics because her bed began to shake wildly, though no one was in the room with her. Though they need the space, administrators will not allow students to room on the fourth floor.

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Fort Warren

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Used as a prisoner of war camp during the Civil War, Georges Island is said to have many ghosts. It is reported that one ghost may be heard playing “John Brown�s Body” on the harmonica. In another story, one woman dressed as a man to get into the island to see her lover, a rebel prisoner. Subsequently, she was hanged in a black dress given to her by the warden’s wife. It is said that the woman may still be heard screaming today.

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The Paulding Light

Michigan, Paulding, United States

After a train engineer was hit by a train, he still wonders the area in the form of a light. The light can instantly change colors, disappear and appear quickly, and change directions swiftly. Witnesses claim that it will react o the headlights of a car as well. Some accounts occurred during daylight hours under normal circumstances, with no apparent light-producing object nearby.

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Yellow House

Alabama, Ashford, United States

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.

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Mount Washington Hotel

Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, United States

At the base of scenic Mount Washington sits a glorious testament to wealth and love. The Mount Washington Hotel was built in 1902 (after 2 years of construction), a show of the wealth owner Joseph Stickney had amassed through his investments in coal mining and the Pennsylvania Railroad.

Stickney spared no expense on the massive structure, using what was then state-of-the-art construction methods and heating, plumbing and private phones. A staff of 350 people waited on the guestsâ??sometimes outnumbering them. It was truly a wealthy manâ??s paradise. And Joseph Stickneyâ??s wife, Carolyn, loved the hotel nearly as much as she loved her husband.

The hotel served many well-to-do guests, including the Vanderbilt family. And regardless of who attended dinner each night in the hotelâ??s grand dining room, Carolyn Stickney was always the finest dressed attendee. It is rumored that Mrs. Stickney would hide on the balcony and look at the hotelâ??s guests as they filed inâ??carefully contemplating what dress and jewels to wear in order to outshine them all. After playing the nightly â??belle of the ball,â? Carolyn and Joseph would dine privately by candlelight, snatching at romantic moments.

Then, tragically in December 1903, Josephâ??s heart suddenly gave out and he died, leaving his grieving widow to roam a gigantic monument to their love. Carolyn stayed on at the hotel, wandering the well-manicured grounds where she and Joseph shared so much happiness. Carolyn eventually remarried Prince Lucinge of France and moved to France until the prince also passed away. When he died, she again returned to Mount Washington to spend many happy times there. She died many years later, owning the hotel until her death, but rumor is that she still wanders through the elegant hotel and its rambling grounds.

Visitors have reported hearing a ghostly romantic melody playing through the hotel, and some say theyâ??ve glimpsed a woman fitting Carolynâ??s description peeking down from the balcony. Perhaps she still watches the visitors to the hotel, wondering about what it might take to stun them now…

Orbs show up in photos and television channels change themselves in the â??Tower Suitesâ? that Carolyn supposedly frequents. Perfume drifts into rooms and tubs start filling themselves, according to some guests. Mysterious lights are sometimes seen and although the hotel staff has been taught not to tell ghostly tales, some hint at odd occurrences.

In room 314 there supposedly still exists a hand turned and handcrafted four-poster bed that Carolyn shared with her first husband. Some have reported seeing a woman on the bedâ??s edge, slowly brushing her hair. Could it be that Carolyn Stickney still longs for some form of rest, even in spirit form?

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State Capitol Building

Colorado, Denver, United States

The Colorado State Capitol Building is connected to several others by a series of tunnels. Originally, these tunnels were used to move coal from place to place for heating purposes. One female apparition who wears long turn of the century style dresses is known to haunt the area. She has been seen in all of the buildings and the tunnels themselves. Very inquisitive, the woman is said to have been seen reading over the shoulders of employees.

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