The 10 Most Haunted Places in the United States



If you love all things spooky and supernatural, you’re probably chomping at the bit to see a real life haunted house.

There have been plenty of movies and TV shows based off of real haunted houses in the United States, but where are they all located?

The Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast

In 1892, the residents of the house, Abby and Andrew Borden were found dead. Their daughter, Lizzie, was put on trial for their deaths, but was later acquitted. 


The Winchester Mystery House

Legend says that the Winchester House is haunted by everyone whose death has been at the hands of a Winchester rifle. To make more space for the spirits, the San Jose house’s owner, Sarah Winchester, routinely added new rooms to the house.


The Villisca House

This house, located in a small town in Iowa, is the location of the death of an entire family by an axe-wielding psychopath. No one was ever charged with the crime, but the ghosts of the victims are still said to be at the house, waiting for justice.


The White House

The U.S. Capitol also has a haunted history. There are reportedly many spirits in the White House, including former President Lincoln. Another former President, William Henry Harrison, is also said to roam the halls.


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