Located in Norwich, Vermont, this inn was built in 1797 by Colonel Jasper Murdock, and was a stagecoach tavern. In 1920, Charles and Mary "Ma" Walker purchased it. Legend says that Ma Walker sold bootleg liquor out of the basement during prohibition. She died years later at the Inn and there have been reports of her spirit still roaming about. She has been seen walking the upper floors and in the dining room wearing a black formal gown.
Ghost stories are abundant on Edisto Island in South Carolina, and the Legend of Julia Legare is perhaps the most popular.
Originally built as a hospital, then later serving as a jail from the late 1970s to about 1998, it was home to several inmates. The building has been abandoned since the jail closed, but several mysterious occurrences have been reported. Voices from cells, lights flickering, doors slamming shut and opening and shadowy figures have all been reported.
Originally constructed between 1891 and 1894 and serving at the state's capitol building from 1896 to 1915, you best believe there is paranormal activity abundant.
Centennial Hall in Valentine, Nebraska, is the oldest standing school building in the state. Today, it's a museum and a member of the National Registry of Historic Places.
This romantic, local eatery in Omaha is reported to be haunted with spirits and has its fair share of paranormal activity. One such regular customer who frequented the joint was Bill Walden. Apparently he dined here almost every night for years upon end, even toward the latter part of his life when he was hospitalized he would sneak away from the hospital and grab his favorite seat at the restaurant.