7 Scariest Haunted Places in the U.S.

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Eastern State Penitentiary - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

This grand jail with legendary convicts is said to be haunted. Visitors have seen ghosts and heard odd noises.

The Stanley Hotel - Estes Park, Colorado:

The Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King's "The Shining," is haunted. Guests claim weird piano music and eerie apparitions during ghost tours.

Waverly Hills Sanatorium - Louisville, Kentucky:

Early 20th-century TB victims are said to haunt Waverly Hills, a former hospital. One of the nation's most haunted locales.

The Myrtles Plantation - St. Francisville, Louisiana:

Ghosts of previous slaves and a slain plantation owner haunt Myrtles Plantation. Paranormal activity includes ghosts, footsteps, and sounds.

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Winchester Mystery House - San Jose, California:

Ghosts of Winchester rifle victims haunt the maze-like Winchester Mystery House. The mansion reportedly has doors that open into walls and stairs that lead nowhere.

The Bell Witch Cave - Adams, Tennessee:

The Bell Witch mythology includes an early 19th-century household plagued by an invisible apparition. A paranormal hotspot is the cave near the Bell family farm.

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum - Weston, West Virginia:

Former mentally ill individuals are said to haunt this facility. The building's dark past and ghostly occurrences make it scary.

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