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If you're looking not for a ghost, but one of the biggest hoaxes ever perpetrated regarding supernatural activity, then come to Amityville. Although it is true Ronald DeFeo Jr slew his entire family i... Read more
In the small town of Cuttingsville, Vermont lies a large estate along with the family owned Laurel Glen Cemetery. The will of the wealthy farmer who owned the Bowman House left provisions in his will ... Read more
A small ghost town in CT that has been abandonded for over 100 years, Dudleytown is a place haunted by ghosts and curses for 5 centuries.
In 1510, Edmund Dudley was part of a plot to overthr... Read more
Little tiny Stull Kansas has a population of less than 100 people. it also happens to have what many Occultists believe is the gateway to Hell itself. Once a popular locale to visit on Hallowe'en, the... Read more
The Borley Rectory is considered the most haunted house in all of England, and perhaps even the world. The Rectory was built in 1863 and since it's construction there have been many tales or horror su... Read more
Adams, TN is famous for the legend of the Bell Witch. No not Blair, BELL.
In the 1800's, a farmer by the name of John Bell and his family were plauged a strange spirit that identifie... Read more
Bachelor's Grove is supposedly the most haunted cemetery in all of Chicago. In fact, even the official web site has a detailed listing of paranormal activity in the area.
BGC was opened in ... Read more
In the late 1960's, this London Cemetery became the center of attention when rumours began to spread of a vampire living on the cemetery. Occultists and would-be vampire hunters sprang up overnight in... Read more
Located in San Diego, CA, the Whaley House has the dubious honour of being the most haunted house in the United States. At least according to "The Travel Channel," which we all know is run by master ... Read more
Prestbury, Gloucestershire is considered to be the most haunted village in the entire United Kingdom. The most famous of their ghosts is the Black Abbot, who walks through the town on Halloween, Easte... Read more
Fall River is a decent city city with 93 thousand people living there. One thing stand out about the town over all else though. It was here at 92 Second Street where Lizzie Borden took her axe and wel... Read more
Whitby, England is a small town in North Yorkshire, England notable for three big things. The first is the Dracula Museum, as much of Bram Stoker's novel takes place in Whitby. It's where Lucy Westenr... Read more
The most haunted house in Australia is a nondescript two story home known as the "Monte Cristo" in New South Wales. This homestead appears to have been haunted for approximately 125 years now, and is ... Read more
Although it's become quite the tourist trap, the Tower of London has long been known for the ghosts that supposedly dwell within its walls for nigh on a millenium.
Originally the land the t... Read more
Glamis Castle is supposedly the most Haunted Castle in all of Britain. This imposing site in Glamis Scotland is the setting for Shakesspeare's play,"MacBeth." It was also the childhood home of Queen E... Read more
In San Jose, CA lies the Winchester Mystery House. This bizzare house was built by Sarah Winchester, the widow of the man who invented the Winchester rifle. She believed that the ghosts of those murde... Read more
In Washington DC, there is a building on the corner of New York ave and 18th street. It served as a temporary White House for President Madison and his wife, Dolly, after the British burned down our W... Read more
Salem is best remembered as being home of the "Witch Trials" of 1692. It's since become a Mecca for Goths and Neo-Pagans of all kinds. However barring that there's still a lot to see and do in this to... Read more
By far the most famous battle of the Civil War, 50,000 people died over the four days this battle was fought. Gettysburg is a major tourist attraction for Pennsylvania with over 1 million people comin... Read more
Antietam Creek is right outside of Sharpsburg, Maryland. it was here where the bloodiest and most violent of all the battles of the Civil War took place. More people died on Sept 17th, 1862 on this pa... Read more
Okay. So maybe you're not ready to join Ray, Ego, Peter, and Winston in the field of ghostbusting. But I bet this is right up your ally!
Whether you're in California or Florida, both Walt Di... Read more
Sure the city's a little bit under the weather right now, but New Orleans can't be beat in terms of sheer numbers of would be hauntings.
You've got Marie Leveau and the famous St. Louis #1 C... Read more
Bonjour mes amis, et bienvenue à le Denfert-Rochereau Ossuary. Also known as the Empire of the Dead.
Beneath the wonderful city of Paris lies 300 kilometers of bones strewn caves. Within t... Read more
In the heart of Transylvania, in the vampire hall of fame yeah...sorry. I got the Count Duckula theme stuck in my head.
"The Land beyond the Forest" has long been associated with ghouls and g... Read more
Congrats! You're either completely batshit insane, or an adventure beyond any mankind has seen before.
The Bermuda Triangle is a region of the Atlantic Ocean from Bermuda to Miami, Florida t... Read more