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AMC Hampton Theatres

Michigan, Rochester Hills, United States

Three theatres were built in 1971, and in 1979 a fourth one was added. During the process of building, a worker was killed. Soon after construction was completed, many strange happenings were witnessed on the premises. Seats in the front row have rocked on their own, garbage cans rolled up the aisle, cans knocked over by themselves, lights flicker on their own, toilets have randomly flushed, and many others. These strange events have been witnessed by numerous patrons and employees. Over time, the employees nicknamed the ghost “Johnny”. The theatres closed on January 17, 1999 due to a lease expiration. In March of 1999, a group of former employees visited theatre four, said, “Hi.” to Johnny, and the lights mysteriously turned on.

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Marfa Lights

Marfa, Texas, United States

Lights that race across the sky and grow and shrink in size appear almost every clear night. Legend has it that the lights are actually souls of braves that were killed while hunting.

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The Glowing Graveyard

Columbus, Nebraska, United States

Located in Columbus, NE., this graveyard received the name “glowing graveyard” due to the headstones emitting a glow on nights when the moon is full.  Many believe that the headstones appear to glow because the limestone in the rock is being reflected by the moon, others believe differently.

A local legend located next to the glowing graveyard is one about a bus of kids rolling off the nearby bridge and plummeting to their death.  The legend states that if you put powder on your car and drive over the bridge in neutral, you will see hand prints from the deceased children when you get to the other side of the bridge.  Also, if you drive to the bridge and turn your car off while being parked in the middle of it, your car won’t start back up.

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Mathias Ham House

Dubuque, Iowa, United States

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.

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Saco River

Maine, Saco, United States

Many years ago, a young Native American girl was kidnapped by a couple of settlers. She was taken out on the river in a canoe. A fight pursued and the vessel capsized; all three died. Three people (sometimes more) die per year according to the legend. The girl’s father, a Native American chief, was highly upset. He placed a curse on the river and vowed that three people would die on the river every year. Since then, three or more people have died on the Saco each year.

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Old Trinity Church

Brooklyn, Connecticut, United States

Behind the graveyard is a small path that leads to a cross-shaped clearing. The animals that make this clearing their home are thought to be possessed–so is the church. Allegedly the serial killer, Mike Ross, buried his victims behind the church and in blood wrote, “I love little girls.” These women are thought to be the cause of the paranormal activity that exists there today.

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