Hennessy Mansion was originally owned by Daniel J. Hennessy, who was a wealthy businessman and a Democratic State Senator. He built this home in the late 1890s. This mansion was definitely a dream home, with three floors and a gym in the basement. Throughout the course of time after Mr. Hennessy's death, the mansion has been used as a private residence, dormitory and fraternity house.
This prison was home to many horrific events during the gold rush of the 1800s. The prison received its first inmate in 1871.
The Wendy Williamson Auditorium at the University of Alaska - Anchorage has had some unusual paranormal activity happen over the years, according to students and staff. While the construction started in 1973, the actual auditorium wasn't finished until years later due to financial problems. Original plans were downgraded and proof remains today with doors that lead to nowhere, rooms that serve no purpose and unused elevator shafts. It's no surprise that students and staff find themselves
Located in Skagway, Alaska, this hotel was originally built in 1898. In 1908, the hotel was moved to where it is currently located in Skagway. During this move, a golden dome was constructed, and in 1997 the hotel was renovated...and the ghost stories surrounding this hotel have remained.
Built in 1818, the Highgate Manor Inn was an Underground Railroad stop during the Civil War due to its tunnels beneath the house. In 1870, the manor was sold to Dr. Henry Baxter, where he used the manor as his practice.
Often referred to as Emily's Bridge, the Gold Brook Bridge in Stowe, VT is haunted by a female apparition named Emily Smith. Legend has it (although there are several variations) that she threw herself over the bridge after her lover didn't meet her there as promised.