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Molly Brown House, Denver, CO - was built in the 1880's and is famous for it's previous owner, the "Unsinkable Molly Brown". Once set for demolition, it has been preserved and restored, and now serves as a museum. Activity includes shades opening and closing on their own, shadow figures, the smell of cigar smoke (non-smoking house - Molly's husband was known as a heavy cigar smoker) and apparitions.
The Emmitt House's Ghosts There were ghosts everywhere. Look closely and you'll see them?
Mission house was built in 1825 by missionaries on Mackinac Island. The whole island is said to be very haunted. As for the house, there have been reports of apparitions of children, screams from the basement and an eerie feeling throughout.
Is this the most haunted public house in the country ? Built in 1148 , Southampton's Red Lion , reported to be haunted by 21 ghostly figures
The University of Alabama opened in 1831. The most spotted ghost is that of a murdered Union Soldier murdered in what is now known as Jason's Shrine or as The Little Round House. There is also a shadowy ghost that lurks on the 13th floor of Tutwiler Hall believed to belong to a girl who committed suicide. Other activity includes disembodied footfalls & voices, being touched in the music room and a scattering of desks in a classroom where a boiler once exploded, killing several students, and more
Stringfellow Memorial Hospital, Anniston, Alabama - It is reported that two entities haunt the hospital - the first is that of Susie Parker Stringfellow, who left money and plans for the hospital to be built after her death. It's reported that she plays the organ in the chapel. The second entity is that of a man who committed suicide in one of the rooms. People have reported blood on the walls and the apparition of a headless man in the room where the suicide took place.