Mysterious~ In June 1836 five young boys, hunting for rabbits on the north-eastern slopes Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh, found 17 miniature coffins hidden inside a cave. They were arranged under slates on three tiers, two tiers of eight and one solitary coffin on the top. Each coffin, only 95mm in length, contained a little wooden figure, expertly carved with painted black boots and custom made clothes.
Astoria, the first permanent American settlement west of the Rockies, remains a place deeply marked by its history. Locals say there are spirits in the old abandoned buildings. Astoria is also the location where the majority of the 1985 classic The Goonies was filmed.
Solve the Mystery of the Moving Mannequins of John Lawson House
The John Lawson House might be the creepiest house in America. No one knows who lives there… aside from a number of mannequins with a habit of changing clothing and moving on their own during the night.
HH Holmes' "Murder Castle": Holmes is said to have killed between 27 and 200 people. Holmes built a hotel at the end of the 18th century to capitalize on Chicago's World's Fair and its visitors. His "hotel" had over 60 rooms for guests, including alarms in each "prison room" in case a victim attempted to escape. The hotel was a labyrinth of trap doors, windowless rooms, torture chambers, staircases to nowhere and a basement morgue, crematory, and vats of acid for disposal.