Hudson House, Ashland, Alabama - not much is known about the house, though it is speculated that it was built some time in the early 1900's. Reported activity includes disembodied footfalls and voices, a dark figure that walks along the roof, the front door opening and closing on its own and physical contact (not violent).
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The Pirates House in Savannah Georgia was built in 1753 and is supposed to be one of Georgias most haunted locations.
It's one of the most haunted houses in the the most haunted city in the USA: Savannah, Georgia. The Sorrel Weed House has a reputation for being one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah. People claim to see figures in the windows and hear disembodied voices inside the house.
BOLESKING HOUSE ~ Loch Ness, Scotland - Purchased by Aleister Crowley in 1889 - used for various rituals where he attempted to harness the 'Forces of Darkness' and bind them to the 'Forces of Light' - after his death, the house passed through many owners, all of whom seemed to have incredibly bad luck - one even found beheaded in the house - Jimmy Page has lived in it and says it's haunted by a floating head, feelings of intense evil, loud bangs, noises, groans, footsteps, and much more
Clovis Wolfe Manor - there is a lot of uncomfortable history surrounding this house and many reports of paranormal activity from disembodied screams to cold spots, from a heavy atmosphere to moving furniture. Just how much is real and how much is embellished is unknown, but one thing is for certain...this is one creepy house!!!
J.B. Moore and his family, including two visiting relatives, were murdered in this home by an intruder on June 12, 1912. The case remains unsolved, but suspects at the time included a traveling preacher and then-U.S. Senator Frank F. Jones. Jones was a business partner of Moore's, and the two had bitterly parted ways in the weeks before the murder. The landmark Villisca Axe Murder House now operates as a museum…a fate not uncommon to properties too spooky for residential use.