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Eastern State Penitentiary

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States

As one of the most carefully studied paranormal building in the U.S., this former prison is abound with unexplainable occurrences.  Since the 1940s, inmates have reported seeing visions and experiencing eeriness throughout the grounds.  Paranormal experts have been exploring this site for years, recording ghosts.  Now a museum, it’s open to the public for touring.

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The Witch’s Grave

New Mexico, Old Mesilla, United States

Old Mesilla and the area around it has had a dubious history, even before anyone officially settled there. The city of Las Cruces, the second largest city in New Mexico and a mere 6 miles from the quaint town of Old Mesilla was so named because of an 1830 massacre of a wagon train headed west along the trail known as El Camino Real. When the survivors buried their dead, they put up the requisite markings of crosses. Those following used it as a landmark, calling it â??La Placita De Las Crucesâ?–the place of the crosses. Those who settled along the trail shortened it to Las Cruces. Las Cruces is now a bustling modern metropolitan, but enter Mesilla, New Mexico and you step back two hundred years.

Mesilla still has the thick adobe walled buildings that kept out both heat and dust. This was where Billy the Kid was caught, jailed, and allowed to escape. This is also the home of San Albinoâ??s cemetery, home of the Witchâ??s Grave.

At the end of Calle De Lupe is the dirt packed ground that composes the cemetery. Tumbleweeds skitter across the graves, but your eyes will be drawn from the beautiful sculptures that serve as tombstones to a 4â??x4â?? cinderblock and cement tomb decorated with a 2â?? black cross that someone has carved with the number â??666.â? This, legend says, is the Witchâ??s tomb. It is the only headstone in the cemetery that has no name inscribed on it. There is no record of who she is or what she had done to get such a fortified grave, but it has been said that when she was buried there, her ghost kept trying to get out from its supposed final resting place. She has spent decades trying to find a crack that will set her free, and those who live near the cemetery have spent just as many years repairing the cracks that do appear.

Local lore claims a girl once slept on the tomb in response to a dare. She walked away alive, but was afterwards afflicted with incurable epilepsy. Further caution to those who feel the need to visit– in case escaping witches and mysterious illnesses arenâ??t enough, the fine folk who live near the cemetery do not appreciate late night visitors, and strongly discourage entering the cemetery after dark.

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Bottom of the Hill

Bluffton, Indiana, United States

At the bottom of this hill lies a house in which a young girl died many years ago. Nowadays, the entity is seen roaming the stairwell in blue clothes. Her image is also seen in mirrors and she has also been seeing looking from the bedroom window.

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Tabb Residence Hall

Farmville, United States, Virginia

On the top floor of Tabb Residence Hall, there is another set of ascending stairs. Supposedly, these stairs lead to an abandoned abortion clinic that was the site of a murder. Allegedly, the murdered man still walks around the room.

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The Historic Onaledge Bed and Breakfast

Colorado, Manitou Springs, United States

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.

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Avenel Ave. House

Bedford, United States, Virginia

It is said that in front of one particular house, the Ghost of Avenel may be seen walking. The woman is said to wear a long white dress and carries a parasol. Allegedly the woman used to live in the house that is now owned by the Bedford Historical Society.

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