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"One of the most convincing photographs was the famous image of the 'Brown Lady' of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England. The photo was taken by Captain Provand, a professional photographer, who was taking snapshots of the house for Britains Country Life magazine in September 1936. His assistant, Indre Shira, actually saw the apparition coming down the staircase and directed Provand to take the photo... even though the other man saw nothing at the time. The resulting image (shown here) has been ...

"One of the most convincing photographs was the famous image of the 'Brown Lady' of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England. The photo was taken by Captain Provand, a professional photographer, who was taking snapshots of the house for Britains Country Life magazine in September 1936. His assistant, Indre Shira, actually saw the apparition coming down the staircase and directed Provand to take the photo... even though the other man saw nothing at the time. The resulting image (shown here) has been ...

Cleveland's Franklin Castle has the distinction of being known as Ohio's most haunted house. It is a big, dark building with stone walls, a turret, and a six-foot wrought iron fence. Hans Tiedemann, a german immigrant who got rich from his barrel-making business and later the banking industry, built the house in the mid-1800's. The count varies, but it was supposed to have 21 rooms. It also featured a fourth floor ballroom accessible by its own staircase, marble fireplaces, dumbwaiters, wine cel

Legend has it that crying babies can be heard haunting Franklin Castle in Cleveland, Ohio. It’s No. 5 on the list of haunted houses.

Queen Anne Mansion, not sure where though...

  • Laury Kelly

    I think that is the Ferris mansion. If it is, it is in Wyoming.

North Carolina Executive Mansion

Maison de Sorciere, France...haunted ?

"Ipatiev House" where the Romanovs, their physician and servants were murdered July 16/17 1918. The house belonged to a Merchant by the last name of Ipatiev in the Ural city of Ekaterinburg. The house was raised under the supervision of then Party chief Boris Yeltsin in the 1970s for fear of it becoming a site for pilgrimage.

Banff springs hotel - Alberta, Canada. A ghostly bellman still wanders the halls, and one room has been sealed completely, yet people report hearing sounds from it.

Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England, is most famous for the ghost of "the Brown Lady," which was captured on film in 1936 in what is considered one of the most authentic ghost pictures ever taken.

Hastings, MN In the 1950s, the LeDuc Mansion was reported as being haunted by several entities. Mr. Simmons added to that belief by keeping the mansion dark and spooky. Staff today feel that they have friendly unseen hosts who keep the living company, while going about their business as well.

LaLaurie House:In the heart of the French Quarter lies an ornate mansion that in the 1800s belonged to physician Louis LaLaurie and his socialite wife Delphine. As the story goes, it was rumored at the time that the couple treated their slaves viciously, and there was evidence Lady LaLaurie was responsible for the murder of a 12-year-old girl. The rumors were validated when one night a fire broke out in the mansion’s kitchen. Firemen raced to the scene, and when they kicked down a door to the...

Borley Rectory Sudbury, UK: Built in 1863 for the Reverend Henry Bull, it sits on the site of an ancient monastery. The ghost of a mournful nun who patrolled the so-called 'Nun's Walk' had often been seen there. An old story claimed that she had fallen in love with a monk from the Borley Monastery – to much outrage – and the two had tried to elope together but had been quickly tracked down. The monk was executed and the nun bricked up in the cellars of the monastic buildings.

Rose Hall - Montego Bay, Jamaica: This huge house is inhabited by the ghost of voodoo priestess's daughter, Annie Palmer, who reportedly causes bloodstains to appear and disappear randomly. She was murdered in her bed after an 11-year reign of death, torture and nymphomania. Annie murdered three husbands and a succession of slave lovers by poisoning, strangulation and witchcraft, before forcing other slaves to carry bodies through a tunnel to be buried on a beach. According to legend, it is ...

The Skirrid Inn Llanfihangel Crucorney, Wales: One of the most notorious haunted sites in England is the Skirrid Mountain Inn in Llanfihangel Crucorney, Wales. According to folklore, in its 900-year history over 180 people have been hanged from a beam on the staircase, which is still in place today, with rope marks, apparently. The first floor of the inn is thought to have been a courtroom in the past. Glasses often suddenly fly across the room of their own accord, faces are seen at windows ...

The Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas, there is a draw for many of us who find beauty in this magnificient building. When in the area it never fails to call to me to stop by for a visit, even tho we are no longer able to go inside I still love to look at the outside and just imagine how it was here when it was visited by people of great importance from time to time!

Stanley Hotel........magnificent hotel where the SHINING with Jack Nicholson was made..........

  • Kalie Dalbey

    The movie wasn't made there. Steven King stayed there and it inspired the story he wrote :The Shining" It Is up in the Colorado mountains a beautiful little town called Estes Park.