Explore these ideas and more!

The Peyton Colony in Austin, Texas. Historic board house founded by free slaves after the Civil War.

Historic Haunted Magnolia Hotel Seguin Texas, I used to live in a house right next to the Magnolia when I was a girl!

Winchester Mystery House in California.

Abandoned

This house is haunted

The world's tallest treehouse, located in Crossville, Tennessee, makes the Swiss Family Robinsons look like a bunch of amateurs.

Abandoned house - Coudersport, PA

Abandoned Woodmen's Circle Home in Sherman, TX. Originally intended to house women & orphans.

Texas White House B&B~one of the most haunted places in Texas. Located in Ft Worth

abandoned

Upminster Old Chapel: under Restoration after the discovery of Unexploded World War Two Bombs

Great place to tour in Jefferson, Texas one of the 10 most haunted houses in Texas.

abandoned

Le Beau House in Arabi, Louisiana. It's an old abandoned plantation house ...my dream! every place has a story

Old school house in Bulcher, Texas

The house of pirate captain Jean LaFitte stood here. (Galveston, TX)

Pride House Bed and Breakfast, Jefferson, Tx

It’s not unusual for places in and around Gettysburg to be haunted by the spirits of dead Civil War soliders, but what makes the Farnsworth House Inn so special is that it’s haunted by 14 ghosts. During the Civil War, Confederate soldiers used this house as a sniper stronghold. In one tragic incident, a solider accidentally killed a civilian named Jennie Wade; that young solider is said to remain in the house out of remorse...

Pike House of San Marcos~~It was built in 1903 as boy’s dormitory for the Cornwell Institute, a Methodist school. Sometime after the school closed, it was converted to the Old Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. In 1968, it became a fraternity house for Pi Kappa Alpha where it became ingrained in campus culture. It was used as a fraternity house for 40 years until a fire burned it in April 2007. Remaining building now privately owned. Belvin Street, San Marcos, Texas

The 1890 House Museum in Cortland, NY, so many places in upstate NY remind me of Ireland......