Located in Hibbing, MN, the Greyhound Bus Museum showcases the history of bus transportation in America, and is reported to be haunted.
Built in the 1850s, this building originally served as a slaughterhouse and meatpacking operation. The only thing remaining from the original building is a well that was dug up in the basement where blood and refuse from animals was drained.
Dubbed "America's Most Haunted Hotel," the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is full of at least 8 ghosts left wandering the halls and rooms of this posh manor.
Located in Tombstone, AZ, the Bird Cage Theatre is one of the Wild West's most famous landmarks. It dates back to the 1800s where legend says 26 people were killed there. Over 120 bullet holes still remain in the building. Today, you can tour the Bird Cage Theatre and may even be able to hear ghostly noises of laughter and yelling, as well as strange music.
Built in 1912, the historic Onaledge B&B is full of abnormal oddities and ghostly appearances. One can expect to experience floating orbs, flashlights turning on and off and doors opening and closing. A young boy in a blue suit, a lady in a pastel Victorian dress, an older gentleman and a young flirting couple have made appearances to guests over the years.
Dating back to 1851, the Marshall House in Savannah was used as a Union hospital during the Civil War. Today, staff and guests oftentimes see visions of men donning Civil War uniforms, including a man holding up a severed arm. Other reports include water faucets turning on, doorknobs wobbling, unseen children heard playing in the hallways and guests have reported waking up with their arm outstretched as though a nurse was taking their pulse.