Purchased in 1886 by businessman Marcus Daly, and remodeled several times throughout this family's ownership, this house was to be Daly's family's summer home. The three-story home has over 50 rooms, including 25 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and 7 fireplaces.
There are several ghostly tales involving Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS.
King's Tavern in Natchez, is the home of the legend of Madeline, and is one of the few mid-18th century buildings still standing in Mississippi. Today, it is a restaurant.
General John A. Quitman's entity resides in this home, which is now an inn. After buying the place in 1826, it would be in his family for about 100 years. He died in 1858 from an apparent illness due to poisoning years before. General Quitman's spirit watches over the mansion today as he "checks-up" on guests. His apparition has been seen inspecting the inn and he's been spotted in Room 30.
The word "Anchuca," is a Choctaw Indian word meaning "happy home," and it is quite that for this antebellum home in Vicksburg, Mississippi, which is now a favorite tourist spot.
Mathias Ham House in Dubuque is a 23 room Italian based villa filled with furnishings of the past, and spirits too. Visitors have reported cold spots throughout the villa and hearing voices. Also, some have seen lights flicker sporadically. Employees have reported hearing voices too, as well as seen objects move by themselves.