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The American Club - Kohler WI Real Haunts

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Old part of hotel creeps me out.

my husband and I have been coming to the American Club for 30 years During one particular stay we were assigned to room 213. We knew nothing about the history of this room. I experienced an overwhelming feeling of sorrow upon opening the door. Dark,bitter,sad sorrow. During the night, the feeling kept me awake and uncomfortable. We switched rooms in the morning,and don't want to stay in original wing again

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The Haunted Kohler in Sheboygan, Wisconsin

A haunted location: Kohler in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

Details: The American Club – The whole East Wing of the hotel is haunted.

It is the oldest part of the hotel.

A woman hung herself in room 209 long ago and often haunts that room.

And she often stands by the fireplace in the room across from that known as the Washington room.

Also, someone killed a woman in room 315 on the third floor long ago.

A man can be seen walking down the hall coming from that direction.

Lights will turn on by themselves.

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Written by: Gwenyth Poler

Published on: February 24, 2022

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Do You Know The Haunted History Of The Kohler?

It has been rumoured that the Kohler in Sheboygan, Wisconsin is a haunted location. We’ll explain why people think this below. Do you think the rumors are true?

Why Is The Kohler Haunted?

The American Club – The whole East Wing of the hotel is haunted.

– April 2007 Update: The most often reported is the “lady in the blue hat” by room 209.

Story is that she killed herself after her fiancé was killed at the plant in an industrial accident.

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Meet Gwenyth Poler, a content creator at Scary HQ, a haunted places blog that delves into the eerie and unexplained. Gwen is a true crime enthusiast and an avid lover of all things spooky. In her free time, she can be found exploring abandoned buildings and investigating local ghost stories. But don't let her interest in the macabre fool you, Gwen is the epitome of a wholesome individual with a kind heart and a contagious passion for her work. When she's not scouring the internet for her next true crime case to research or haunted location to visit, she can be found curled up with a horror novel or watching her favorite scary movies. Gwen's love for the eerie and unknown is matched only by her love for her audience, and she pours her heart and soul into every post on Scary HQ. Join Gwen on her journey as she uncovers the secrets of the haunted world around us.

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The 10 Most Haunted Hotels in Wisconsin

Looking for a spine-tingling getaway in the land of cheese? We’ve got you covered with our list of the 10 most haunted hotels in Wisconsin. Packed with ghostly encounters and unexplained phenomena, these eerie accommodations guarantee an unforgettable experience. Pack your bags, brave traveler, and discover the spine-chilling tales lurking within Wisconsin’s spooky walls!

1. Hotel Mead & Conference Center, Wisconsin Rapids

Hotel Mead & Conference Center, Wisconsin Rapids

The Hotel Mead & Conference Center is a 5 story Atrium hotel that has undergone a multi million dollar refurbishment and expansion.  The hotel has been known to be haunted especially in the basement of the hotel.

The hotel owners however refuse to discuss this and say the hotel is not haunted and also have instructed staff not to mention anything about the haunting.  This of course has not stopped guests talking about it.

2. Union Hotel & Restaurant, De Pere

Union Hotel, De Pere

The Union Hotel was built in 1883 and is the longest continually running hotel in the state.  The hotel is known for owner McKim Boyd’s impressive collection of over 1000 ties of every color, style and shape you can imagine.

Any hotel of this age will have some uninvited guests and reports say that this hotel is indeed haunted.  One spirit has been known to turn all the lights in the hotel on or off depending on their mood.  Guests and staff in the bar have also reported a ghostly bartender that still likes to serve customers.

3. The Karsten Hotel, Kewaunee

The Karsten Hotel, Kewaunee

The Karsten Hotel also known as the Kewaunee Inn was first built in 1858 and was called The Steamboat House.  The hotel has had a lot of different owners during its lifetime and is currently still open and running now known as The Karsten Hotel.

The hauntings in this hotel are said to be of William Karsten Senior who is known to be a nice and friendly ghost unless he is having a bad day, which he can then set off sour smells in some of the rooms.

The ghost of Young Billy Karsten the 3rd has also been heard running up and down the hallways, he likes to play in the basement and also with any visiting children.

Agatha is another one the ghosts that frequent the Karsten Hotel.  Agatha has been seen in mirrors in the hotel and once pushed a hotel staff member down some stairs, luckily this only happened once and Agatha is not thought to be an evil spirit just a bit moody.

4. Water View Inn, Genoa

Water View Inn

The Water View Inn (formerly Big River Inn) was built in 1896 and was originally just a restaurant.  The hotel was added at a later date when riverboats and wagon trails started heading to the north-west of America.

The hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of a former employee, called Kenny.  Kenny is known to move things around and likes to turn the tv on and off.

5. Brumder Mansion Bed & Breakfast, Milwaukee

Brumder Mansion Bed & Breakfast, Milwaukee

The Brumder mansion was built by George Brumder Senior for his son George Junior unfortunately George Sr died before the mansion could be finished and it was completed by his son.

George Jr and his family stayed in the mansion for a number of years until it was sold to Sam and Ed Pick who worked for Al Capone and set up clubs and speakeasies.

The History in this bed and breakfast is undeniable and it is haunted by many ghosts including Suzanne an older spirit that likes to hang around in the gold suite.  Another female ghost thought to be from the speakeasy days is also said to hang around the hotel lobby.

6. The American Club, Kohler

The American Club, Kohler

This luxury hotel was built in 1918 as a place to house immigrants.  The hotel is also the midwest’s AAA five diamond resort hotel and is also a member of the historic hotels of America.

The hotel also has its dark side and is said it is haunted by the ghost of woman who hanged herself in room 209.  The woman apparently hung herself after her husband died in an industrial accident.  Guests have seen her spirit standing in front of the fireplace in room 209.

A guest also reported seeing a ghost of a man in dirty torn clothes but when he spoke to him he wouldn’t answer.

7. Retlaw Plaza Hotel, Fond du Lac

Retlaw Plaza Hotel, Fond du Lac

The Retlaw Plaza Hotel opened in 1922 and was the brainchild of Walter Schroeder. The Hotel got its unusual name after Walter decided to use his name backwards as the name for the new hotel.

Read up on the ghosts of the haunted Retlaw Plaza Hotel, Fond du Lac

8. Old Baraboo Inn, Baraboo

Old Baraboo Inn, Baraboo

The Old Baraboo Inn was established in 1864 and was originally a tavern and a brothel. The hotel was also a brewery and winery at some point in its history.

The hotel has also suffered fire damage and was closed for 14 years before being renovated and opened again in 2002.

With all this history there is no surprise that the hotel has had reports of several hauntings from doors opening and closing lights switching on and off and even things moving about.

The Most famous ghost is one of a saloon dancer that has been named Mary and possibly bled to death in the hotel sometime in the 1900s.

9. Astor House Bed & Breakfast, Green Bay

Astor House Bed & Breakfast, Green Bay

This house was built by Titanic victim John Jacob Astor. The bed and breakfast is also on the national register of historic places and was famously owned by Dr Julius Bellin. Dr Bellin was known for founding Bellin hospital and the Bellin school of nursing.

10. Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee

Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee

Guido Pfister wanted to make a people’s palace and came up with a design for the Pfister hotel, but unfortunately, he died before construction began, but his son Charles kept his dream alive and the extravagant hotel opened in 1893 at a cost of $1.5 million dollars, which in today’s money would be just under $40 million dollars.

This hotel also has some ghostly visitors mingling among the guests especially the ghost of Charles Pfister who likes to still observe the going on in his hotel.

Read up on the haunted Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee

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Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum, Brookfield - The Dousman House has a mysterious history dating back to the Civil War. According to reports, doors slam with nobody present, and a "Dark Figure" can be seen pacing in the windows.

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Eschweiler Buildings - Wauwatosa. Most of these buildings were labs used for a small bioengineering firm. Visitors to the site have reported the sounds of coughing, as well as a mysterious woman in white staring through a large window on the second floor.

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Eschweiler Buildings, Wauwatosa - Other buildings were used as sanitariums to house those afflicted with TB. The largest building is abandoned today.

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Octagon House, Fond Du Lac - This house was used to hide fleeing slaves on the underground railroad. Visitors report hearing sounds of talking, crying, faint yelling, and even scratching.

Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee

Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee - Famously, or perhaps infamously, haunted by the ghost of Charles Pfister who died in 1927. The hotel has notably given several Major League Baseball teams fits with reports of flickering lights, doors locking mysteriously, belongings being moved, and even ghostly visages seen wandering the halls.

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The American Club, Kohler - The east wing of this hotel is reportedly haunted by multiple poltergeists. A mysterious man can be seen exiting Room 315, he then walks the halls notably turning lights on and off before disappearing. The most commonly reported sighting is the "lady in the blue hat" by Room 209 who can often be seen standing by the fireplace in the room.

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Whitnall Park, Hales Corners - The apparition of a pale woman in a flowing white gown has been said to appear around 11 o'clock at night. She appears to be carrying an infant child in her arms, and visitors say she is accompanied by the faint sound of a baby crying.

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Marquette University - Humphrey Hall.

Until 1988, the building was the home of Milwaukee Children's Hospital. Several ghosts are said to roam the halls and elevators.

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Marquette University - Milwaukee. Johnston Hall, the oldest academic building on campus, is reportedly haunted by the spirit of a priest that allegedly hung himself on the 5th floor.

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Marquette University - Straz Tower

Formerly a YMCA, a little boy named Petey drown in the pool located in the lower level. Nicknamed "Whispering Willie," he likes to whisper people's names in the pool area.

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Marquette University - Cobeen Hall

A friendly "art critic" ghost is said to pull down posters off of dorm walls of artists, or residents, he does not like.

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Grafton Hotel - Grafton, Wis.

Footsteps may follow you, music is often heard upstairs when no one is around. Ghostly figures have been reported in the basement.

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Posted on Published: July 24, 2022  - Last updated: July 29, 2023

The frightening stories and mysterious incidents at the haunted hotels in Wisconsin can make your heart miss a beat. Here are the best haunted Wisconsin hotels for your next spooky getaway. This guide includes luxury haunted hotels, and cute but haunted bed and breakfasts, as well as the creepy stories behind their hauntings and which rooms to avoid - or stay in if you're brave enough! #Wisconsin #USA #Milwaukee #Haunted #HauntedHotel #HauntedPlaces #Ghosts #GhostStories #Spooky #Creepy

Guide to the most haunted hotels Wisconsin has to offer for a spooky getaway

Wisconsin always ensures to offer the finest experiences to its guests.

So, when it comes to the most haunted hotels in Wisconsin, you can expect the same excellence. 

Imagine an uninvited guest knocking on your hotel room and suddenly disappearing when you open the door. 

How does it feel being chased by a mysterious shadow or waking up to violent screams at night?

Well, these are just some of the many experiences that haunted hotels in Wisconsin can offer you. 

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Haunted adventure seekers are sure to enjoy some spine-chilling moments here.

The frightening stories and mysterious incidents at the haunted hotels in Wisconsin can make your heart miss a beat. 

Fall in Wisconsin is the best time to visit this unique state and explore its eerie destinations.

Many ghost tours are also arranged in the city for making your Halloween in Wisconsin vacations super scary. 

Here is a list of the 10 most haunted hotels in Wisconsin if you are courageous enough to take this challenge!

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1. Pfister Hotel ****

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Where : Milwaukee, WI

Highlights : Relaxing spa offering individual and couple massages; Brilliant dining options

The Pfister is a renowned four-diamond luxury hotel near Milwaukee’s historic Third Ward.

And it’s the perfect place to stay during Halloween in Milwaukee for something both spooky and luxurious!

Constructed in 1893, it is known to be one of the most haunted Wisconsin hotels, and is said to be frequented by its owner Charles Pfister’s ghost, who likes to keep an eye on his property. 

The staff and guests have shared many spooky stories about some Pfister Hotel haunted rooms.

Even professional baseball players that visited this hotel have narrated about strange sounds and sightings in the hallways.

Out of fear, some of the players even said they had to sleep with their bats for protection!

For a close paranormal encounter at the Pfister , you can book your room on the hotel’s second floor.

There have been instances of spotting the ghost on the staircase leading to this floor.

The hotel is also known for its exceptional service, world-class dining options and magnificent architecture.

If you are looking for romantic hotels in Milwaukee with interesting histories, this is a wonderful choice with great packages. 

The Pfister is also one of the best pet-friendly hotels in Milwaukee , so take your furry friend along on your adventure. 

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2. Astor House Bed & Breakfast

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Where : Green Bay, WI

Highlights : Delicious breakfast with freshly-brewed coffee served every morning; Only place to get Scotty P’s biscotti

Astor House is a haunted bed and breakfast Wisconsin has for an unusual experience – it also happens to be one of the top hotels in Green Bay !

Located in the heart of Green Bay, the hotel is believed to be haunted by its former owner Doctor Julius Bellin’s ghost. 

Guests of Astor House have spotted uncanny sightings in its parlor during early morning hours.

This is the same place where guests are welcomed and served delicious breakfast every morning. 

The B&B features five beautifully decorated guest rooms with top-class amenities, and most rooms have facilities like whirlpools and fireplaces for a remarkable vacation.

For even more eerie experiences, you can visit the Terror on the Fox haunted house which is located nearbby.

This famous place for Terror Train rides is just a short drive from the Astor House and an absolute must if you are looking for a spooky getaway.

It’s definitely one of the top things to do in Green Bay in the fall.

Green Bay is also one of the best destinations to witness fall colors in Wisconsin .

If you want to enjoy family-friendly fall activities in Wisconsin , there are wonderful options nearby.

You can head to the Botanical Gardens or the Wildlife Sanctuary located just a few miles away.

3. Hotel Mead and Conference Center ****

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Where : Wisconsin Rapids, WI

Highlights : Renovated and spacious rooms with 9-foot ceilings

The iconic Hotel Mead in Wisconsin Rapids combines historic charm with contemporary décor.

The stories about this haunted hotel in Wisconsin will send a chill down your spine. 

The hotel’s basement which is now used to store wines is said to be possessed by the spirit of a murder victim.

Referred to as the Shanghai room, this basement is one of the most haunted places in Wisconsin .

Paranormal activities like the flickering of lights and violent shutting of doors by themselves are common here.

It also constantly remains unreasonably cold and people claim they can still smell the odor of blood here. 

Regardless of ghosts in the basement, Hotel Mead always goes the extra mile to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

To do so, they offer fantastic amenities and it is an ideal spot for business travelers, families, and couples alike. 

For example, to have a relaxation stay, Hotel Mead has a large indoor pool, hot tub, and sauna that all guests are welcome to use.

Additionally, there are outdoor patios and gazebos to spend memorable time with your family and friends

Wisconsin Rapids is also one of the best Wisconsin fall getaways with attractive fall golf packages.

4. Hotel Retlaw, Trademark Collection by Wyndham ***

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Where : Fond du Lac, WI

Highlights : Pet-friendly accommodation

Hotel Retlaw in Fond du Lac opened its door for guests almost a century ago in 1923.

This beautiful neoclassical hotel features modern and thoughtful amenities throughout and is ideal for a luxury stay in Wisconsin.

But Hotel Retlaw has a darker side too, and it’s a must-visit if you are looking for Wisconsin haunted hotels to witness otherworldly activities.

The hotel is said to be haunted by the spirit of Wisconsin hotel Magnate Walter Schroeder. 

Its seventh floor, particularly room no. 717 is where most people have had frightening experiences.

Screaming noises, kicking at the door and even suspicious hair pulling have kept some guests up all night.

You might want to keep the tv remote safe with you as sometimes channels also change automatically. 

The spirit that loves to prank the Hotel Retlaw employees has also made cups and ice fly once.

Whether you want a fright or not, Hotel Retlaw is a great place to stay during cool weekend trips in Wisconsin with family.

The on-site dining options are impressive and they serve delicious breakfast every morning.

The hotel is also pet-friendly and has many places for fun family activities in close proximity.

5. Best Western – Hotel Chequamegon ***

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Where : Ashland, WI

Highlights : Spectacular views of lake superior; Amazing gathering spaces and outdoor seating options

It is known that Northwoods offers some of the best Wisconsin fall getaways with its mesmerizing beauty.

However, did you know it also has one of the most haunted hotels in Wisconsin?

The Best Western Hotel Chequamegon on the shores of Lake Superior has a terrifying history of unusual sightings and sounds. 

It was originally constructed in 1877 and rebuilt after it was destroyed by a fire, but it is said that some of the old guests chose to stay in the hotel forever!

If you are brave enough, book into the rooms from 312 to 314 which are believed to bethe most haunted. 

Guests of the hotel have noted things moving inexplicably and some have even spotted strange figures walking. 

Although it is possibly the most haunted hotel in Wisconsin, the Hotel Chequamegon offers supreme comfort and relaxation.

For guests pleasure, it has an indoor pool, hot tub, cocktail lounge and lakeside seating.  

One of the best things to do in Wisconsin in October is to see the fall colors – and while you are staying at Hotel Chequamegon , you will get plenty of opportunities.

You can stroll along Ashland’s Lake walk trail or go kayaking and paddle boarding for some of the best views.

6. Old Rittenhouse Inn ***

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Where : Bayfield, WI

Highlights : Captivating Victorian-style decor

Old Rittenhouse Inn is situated in Bayfield which is known as the most haunted place in Wisconsin.

It is just a few blocks away from Lake Superior which is popular for many creepy stories.

People have felt the presence of a tall spirit dressed in white at the Old Rittenhouse Inn .

It is believed that ghosts like to roam around on the front porch of this gorgeous bed and breakfast.

If you fancy spending your next vacation in haunted houses in Wisconsin, this is a perfect choice.

The Old Rittenhouse Inn has 2 Victorian mansions featuring 20 gorgeously decorated guest rooms and suites.

It also offers private cottages with whirlpool tubs and fireplaces ideal for a romantic getaway. 

If you are looking for some unique Wisconsin vacation ideas , you can take a haunted history tour in Bayfield.

You will get a chance to visit many haunted locations in Wisconsin like the Knight House & Greunke’s First Street Inn. 

You can also enjoy fun fall festivals in Wisconsin like the Bayfield Apple Festival.

For a day trip, hope over the the Apostle Islands and check out all the amazing things to do in the Apostle Islands !

7. The Historic Karsten Inn **

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Where : Kewaunee, WI

Highlights : Existence of century-old art, craft and architecture

The Historic Karsten Inn is a haunted hotel in Kewaunee Wisconsin with incidents that will make your blood run cold.

It is said to be haunted by the spirits of three people closely associated with the hotel.

The first is its founder (and namesake), Karsten, as well as his 5-year-old grandson and a housekeeper. 

The second floor of the Historic Karsten Inn , which has the founder’s suite, has a strange and distinct smell of lingering cigar smoke.

The little boy’s spirit is believed to run around the hallways and to go and visit his grandfather.

Apparently he also loves to play with any children that visit the hotel.

According to the history of the Karsten Hotel room no. 310 is where the housekeeper used to stay, and her spirit still lingers there.

People have heard crying noises and knocks coming from 310, and if you smell a flower, you’ll want to look around as she might be nearby. 

Although these stories make the Karsten Inn one of the most haunted hotels in Wisconsin, it is admired by many as a fantastic place to stay.

The Inn features 23 rooms that blend traditional architecture with modern comforts and the owners go above and beyond to make every stay special.

Not to far from the hotel you’ll find the Kewaunee Pierhead Lighthouse, which is one of the best lighthouses of Wisconsin .

8. The American Club *****

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Where : Kohler, WI

Highlights : Rejuvenating spa offering hydrotherapy treatments

Opened more than a century ago in 1918, The American Club in Kohler is one of the most haunted hotels Wisconsin has.

This five-star and five-diamond hotel is known to offer unforgettable guest experiences with its hospitality. 

However, if you are hunting for a ghostly experience, you won’t be disappointed either.

Many paranormal activities are said to happen in the hotel’s east wing which is its oldest area.

Many guests at The American Club have reportedly spotted the ghost of a woman near the fireplace.

Some have also said to have seen the spirit of a woman who hanged herself in the hotel’s room no. 209.

There have been other instances of guests seeing ghost-like figures which the security cameras fail to capture.

Luckily, the rooms and suites of The American Club are equipped with luxurious amenities to make up for any minor hauntings.

For couples looking for romantic hotels in Wisconsin , the hotel offers many impressive packages to offer with in-room gifts. 

It is also one of the best spa resorts in Wisconsin with innovative hydrotherapy services and nourishing treatments.

Besides rejuvenating massages, you can also enjoy fantastic cuisine at The American Club . 

Guided hiking tours and culinary festivals are the top events that you shouldn’t miss here during the fall.

9. Brumder Mansion Bed and Breakfast ***

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Highlights : Scary ghost hunt events

If you want to know where to stay in Milwaukee for a spooky getaway, the Brumder Mansion is a great option.

The majestic Brumder Mansion was built in 1910 and is an architectural marvel.

It was built by businessman George Brumder for his son but he, unfortunately, died before its completion.

Howver, his spirit is said to still be present in this Milwaukee haunted hotel. 

Guests of Brumder Mansion have also had frightening dreams of a mysterious woman and felt the presence of a child’s spirit.

This is undoubtedly the most haunted hotel in Milwaukee with shadows, footsteps and humming noises being heard frequently outside rooms.

The spirits of two associates of gangster Al Capone are also said to be present in the basement. 

Despite being one of the most haunted hotels in Milwaukee, the Brumder Mansion is also perfect for a romantic getaway. 

It has 5 guest rooms and suites each with a unique style and decor.

Additionally, all the rooms have cozy fireplaces and four of them even have a whirlpool. 

You’ll find some of the most unique things to do in Milwaukee year-round close by.

If you’re visiting in the fall, there are also some of the best things to do in Milwaukee in October .

For extra thrills, a Ghost Hunt event is also held here where you can participate and perhaps meet the ghosts.

You can also visit other haunted places in Milwaukee like Shaker’s Cigar Bar nearby to Brumder Mansion .

10. The Union Hotel ***

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Where : De Pere, WI

Highlights : Impressive food and wine menu

The Union Hotel in De Pere is an iconic destination that attracts guests with its old-world charm.

It was built in 1883 and its restaurant Supper Club is extremely popular among locals and visitors alike. 

If you are fond of ghost stories, it is one of the best hotels in Green Bay to book your stay. 

There have been unexplained incidents from lights turning on and off to strange voices in the bar. 

Its basement, infamously referred to as the Ghost Alley makes it one of the most haunted hotels in Wisconsin.

People have also witnessed some mysterious shadows in the basement of the Union Hotel . 

The creepiest part is that some have reported the sensation of somebody standing and watching them.

But whenever guests approach to talk to them, they vanish inexplicably. 

The Union Hotel has been managed by the same family for more than a century and takes pride in having repeated guests.

Most of the rooms have changed with time to accommodate the needs of the new generation, however, there are still some historic rooms with features like shared hall bathrooms. 

The hotel is within a walking distance of De Pere Riverwalk, which is a great spot for a romantic stroll, especially in the fall.

The downtown shopping hubs are also nearby to collect some cool souvenirs.

Short FAQ About Haunted Hotels in Wisconsin

Are there any haunted hotels in wisconsin that you can stay at.

Yes! There are actually a handful of haunted Wisconsin hotels that allow guests. A few of them are some of the best luxury hotels in Wisconsin!

What is the most haunted hotel in Wisconsin?

Whoever you ask will give a different response, but probably the top three most haunted hotels in Wisconsin are Old Rittenhouse Inn , Brumder Mansion , and Hotel Chequamegon .

Are there any haunted hotels in Milwaukee?

Yes, there are! Two of the top Wisconsin haunted hotels are in Milwaukee: The Pfister Hotel and Brumder Mansion

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The frightening stories and mysterious incidents at the haunted hotels in Wisconsin can make your heart miss a beat. Here are the best haunted Wisconsin hotels for your next spooky getaway. This guide includes luxury haunted hotels, and cute but haunted bed and breakfasts, as well as the creepy stories behind their hauntings and which rooms to avoid - or stay in if you're brave enough! #Wisconsin #USA #Milwaukee #Haunted #HauntedHotel #HauntedPlaces #Ghosts #GhostStories #Spooky #Creepy

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Haunted Places in Kohler, Wisconsin

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The American Club

Kohler, wisconsin.

At this hotel, one guest saw a man in the hallway wearing dirty and torn flannel short and pants. He attempted to speak to the man but got no response. The security camera got pictures of the guest speaking to someone who wasn't there. Also, the east wing, the ...

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Sheboygan Yacht Club

Sheboygan, wisconsin.

An eerie presence is felt in the yacht club, accompanied by cold spots. Lights go on and off by themselves, and workers have reported seeing the ghostly figure of a man in the basement of the building. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

Yankee Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast

Plymouth, wisconsin.

Two of the buildings at this b&b inn are said to be haunted: The Gilbert Huson House and the Henry Huson House. Staff has reported hearing footsteps and the sound of objects dropping. It is said that the staff members are afraid to work in these buildings by themselves because ...

Glenbeulah Cemetery - Walnut Grove Cemetery

Glenbeulah, wisconsin.

Glenbeulah Cemetery, aka Walnut Grove Cemetery, has graves dating as far back as the early 1800s, one of which glows and another of which sometimes sports a ghostly pair of shoes, according to legend. Rumor has it that a man hanged himself here, and his apparition has been seen late ...

Sylvanus Wade House

The historic Sylvanus Wade House, once a stagecoach inn, now operates as a museum--with a friendly ghost. Said to be "gently haunted," the museum tour guides have described a presence here for many years. Museum guides have felt a gentle push or heard rustling sounds in the bedrooms.

Koehring's Grand Central House Restaurant

Kiel, wisconsin.

The 1892 hotel now houses an old-fashioned restaurant, but the hauntings that have been plaguing the establishment since it was refurbished seem to have stayed behind. A recurring spirit appears to be the son of the original owner, Philip Koehring, who was murdered with a shotgun and dumped on ...

Jay Road - Seven Bridges Road

Random lake, wisconsin.

According to local legend, a woman was jogging through the swampy section of Jay Road when a drunken driver struck and killed her, knocking her into the swamp. Her body was never recovered, and now, folks say, her spirit haunts the area. Some have seen a haze or the apparition ...

Evergreen Inn Hotel - Manitowoc Place

Manitowoc, wisconsin.

Once the historic Evergreen Inn Hotel, Manitowoc Place is known for its many ghosts. There have reportedly been a great many deaths here, which some surmise have led to the hauntings. Witnesses have reported pounding noises, blood that appears on the floors (apparently a remnant from a long-ago murder), and ...

Old Chilton Walmart

Chilton, wisconsin.

At the Old Chilton Walmart, folks say apparitions, shadowy figures, have been seen in the aisles and store stock has moved or been thrown on the ground. Electronics operate by themselves, mists appear out of nowhere, cold spots abound, and muddy footprints turn up on newly mopped floors.

Ferrante's Grafton Hotel

Grafton, wisconsin.

At the Italian restaurant here, witnesses have reported the sound of footsteps that seem to follow you in the basement, music playing upstairs when no one is there, and cabinet doors that open and shut on their own. There also have been sightings of ghostly figures in the basement.

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Historic Ferrantes Grafton Hotel

Staff here have reported cupboards opening and closing by themselves, hearing disembodied footsteps and hearing ballroom music when there is no one around. A white apparition has been seen in the basement. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

Cedarburg Woolen Mill

Cedarburg, wisconsin.

People have reported spirits pushing past them, and feeling cold spots. An evil presence is felt on the fifth floor. The apparition of a man who hung himself in the building has been reported. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

Founder's Cemetery Park

According to reports, the headstones no longer remain at this old cemetery--except for maybe a few little bits and pieces. Instead, there is a monument stone on which visitors can read the recoverable names of those who were buried here. Perhaps it is the unintentionally overlooked spirits who remain in ...

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Retlaw Plaza Hotel

Fond du lac, wisconsin.

Locals tell about the murder of a former property owner on the site, and say his apparition, among others', have been spotted here. The ghost likes to turn on the water and lights, scream and make noises.

Retlaw Theater

Retlaw is Walter spelled backwards. The theater was owned and operated by Walter Schroeder, and he still lingers here in spirit. Witnesses have heard footsteps, clapping, creaking of theater seats, doors that open on their own, and figures that show up in the basement.

Octagon House

The historic 12-room home, actually shaped like an octagon, is believed to be haunted. Operating now as a museum, it is said to be home to the spirit of a young boy whose aparition has been seen throughout the house. Witnesses also report items that are moved or disappear, doors ...

Concordia University Wisconsin

Mequon, wisconsin.

At Concordia University Wisconsin, students have reported quite a few ghostly occurrences, thought to have been brought on when nuns sold the buildings to the school. One of the nuns, whom students call Sister Sixtoes, allegedly didn't want to give up her home and remained until her death in the ...

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Maribel Hotel

Maribel, wisconsin.

Rumor has it that this hotel, originally built in the 1800s as a resort, may once have been owned by Al Capone. Its nickname is Motel Hell because of all the strange happenings that occur here. For one thing, the whole place is said to glow by the light of ...

Cardinal Stritch University

Fox point, wisconsin.

Students like to scare one another with tales about the Cardinal Stritch dorms, where sickly nuns were allegedly housed long ago and one of them is said to still linger. The ghostly nun is said to tear posters off walls, cause objects to fall, and walk or run up and ...

New Moon Cafe

Oshkosh, wisconsin.

Staff members have claimed to see the apparition of a young man dressed as a bellboy in the downstairs of the building. Many customers have seen the ghost of a elderly woman in the main lobby. A woman by the name of Mrs Paige did in fact die in the ...

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Grand Opera House

Built in 1883, the Victorian Grand Opera House is still in operation and has a few haunts in residence. One is believed to be Percy Keene, a longtime employee here (from 1895 to 1967). He has shown up as a smiling ghost wearing shiny round glasses. Mysterious footsteps have been ...

Secura Insurance Co.

Appleton, wisconsin.

An eerie legend surrounds the Secura Insurance Co. building. It seems that well over a century ago on this land, a little girl fell into a pond and drowned. Ghostly cries and the screams of her parents are said to come from the area on some nights.

St. Joseph Cemetery

St. Joseph Cemetery is one of the oldest in the city, and many strange things are said to happen here. Some of the rumors involve human sacrifice, apparitions, ghost hounds, orbs that show up in photos, and the grave of Kate M. Blood, which has its own story. Locals say ...

Riverside Cemetery

Kate Blood’s grave at Riverside Cemetery is a site of interest to paranormal enthusiasts. Some say that on full moon nights, a bloodlike substance drips from the gravestone, a stone that is inexplicably warmer than the other gravestones nearby. Kate Blood, according to local legend, killed her husband and three ...

Hearthstone Historic House Museum

According to reports, when the staff come in to open the museum for the day, they always say good morning to former owner Mr. Priest. The ghost of A.W. Priest is believed to reside here; witnesses have heard unexplained sneezing and felt as if they were being watched.

Zuelke Building

The apparition of former owner Irving Zuelke has been seen in the building, as well as the floating torso of a man. Ghostly activity associated with a piano housed in the building has also been reported. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

Franklin Street Inn

Housed in a Victorian-style mansion dating back to 1897, this bed and breakfast inn is rumoured to be haunted. Guests and staff have seen a woman in a maids uniform entering a ground floor room, only to find it empty when they go to investigate. This particular room was ...

Franklin Inn on Durkee

This 1894 bed and breakfast inn is haunted by patients of drug and rehabilitation facility formerly housed in the historic building. Guests have reportedly been scolded by a female voice, while others have reported disembodied footsteps, liquor bottles going missing and a male apparition in the basement. (Submitted by Callum ...

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The Pfister Hotel

Milwaukee, wisconsin.

This well-known four-diamond luxury hotel is said to be haunted by former owner Mr. Pfister himself. His ghost is sometimes seen walking in the hallways with his dog.

Dairy Queen

According to the rumor mill, the owner of the bar that once stood where Dairy Queen is now found the building's haunting to be too much of a trial, so he sold it. Now, witnesses say unexplained noises and flickering lights are not uncommon, and the equipment will sometimes act ...

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Marquette University

There are several spots at Marquette University rumored to be haunted. One is the Helfaer Theater where a deceased artistic director's apparition has been seen and unexplained banging erupts on the catwalks. Another is the Humphrey Hall dorm building, which was once a children's hospital. Ghostly children have been captured ...

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The Rave - Eagles Club

This music hall and club was originally built in the 1920s as an all-make athletic club. Inside, the ghost of a little girl laughing has been seen and heard, and things have been thrown off the roof by disembodied hands. It is said that in the basement folks experience a ...

Brumder Mansion

This 1910 brick Gothic/Victorian mansion is said to be haunted by several entities, both male and female. Witnesses have experienced apparitions, electronic voice phenomena and odd things showing up in photos. The Blue Room is one that is said to be especially active. Some of the haunts have been identified ...

Appleton Curling Club

Witnesses at Appleton Curling Club have heard disembodied footsteps and seen chairs and glasses fall over on their own in the pub. The place is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a former customer.

Wisconsin Lutheran College

Established in 1973, the Wisconsin Lutheran College is believed to have 6 ghosts. One is an evil presence; another is a group of children who laugh eerily. There are also a singing nun, a mother superior, a janitor and a poltergeist.

Sunset Playhouse

Elm grove, wisconsin.

Sunset Playhouse is believed to be haunted by local actor Lester L. Schultz, nicknamed Pinky, who died of a heart attack as he left the stage in 1968. He was a former Marine who had been with the playhouse since 1960. His ghost continues to be accepted and active in ...

Modjeska Community Theater

In this historic 1924 theater building, some have seen orbs, a white female apparition on the stage, and a mysterious figure called the Balcony Man. balls of light, white lady on the stage and the "balcony man." Some reports say the theater is now closed.

Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum

Brookfield, wisconsin.

Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum was an old stagecoach stop and, later, a farmhouse. The place was moved to its current museum location, and its spirits are said to have moved with it. Witnesses say doors slam on their own, and a dark figure can be seen pacing upstairs. The ghost ...

Lawrence Cemetery

De pere, wisconsin.

Lawrence Cemetery, aka Cady Cemetery, is said to be haunted. Witnesses have seen orbs, eerie lights and a strange fog and heard growling and other unexplained noises.

Union Hotel

This historic hotel was built in 1883, and is the oldest continually running hotel in the state. Its bound to have some ghost stories accompanying this honour, and guests, staff and patrons have reported some pretty odd occurrences throughout the hotels colourful past. A particular spirit has been known to ...

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Deacon West Octagon House

Pewaukee, wisconsin.

Some people believe that the builder of this manor killed his wife. Guests have reported voices and sometimes see apparitions. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)

The Historic Karsten Inn - Kewaunee Inn

Kewaunee, wisconsin.

Among the eerie occurrences reported here are orbs, mists, strange things that appear in photos, apparitions, cold and hot spots, phantom aromas, and many sounds, including whispering, flute-playing, moving furniture, breaking glass, and a child's running footsteps. The sound of a woman sobbing is also heard on floor 2. Mr. ...

Forest Home Cemetery

The 1850 Forest Home Cemetery, established over a former Indian village and burial ground, is said to be home to many strange happenings. The large graveyard contains more than 110,000 gravesites including many famous names, including beer barons such as Jacob Best and Frederick Pabst of Pabst Brewing Company fame ...

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Max Meier's Hartland Inn

Hartland, wisconsin.

Once a hotel and restaurant, the upstairs rooms are no longer in use. The restaurant is still open, however. At the early 1900s building, staff members have seen the apparition of a little girl in a Victorian sailor outfit in the basement and heard loud screams, which also came from ...

Eagle Road Cemetery

Juneau, wisconsin.

Eagle Road Cemetery, aka Evangelical Church Cemetery or Tabor Cemetery, is a hot spot for activity. Witnesses have seen apparitions and felt cold spots and gusts here, and some have seen the Virgin Mary or experienced stigmata (bleeding from the hands and arms) after leaving.

Majdecki Piggly Wiggly

West allis, wisconsin.

Piggly Wiggly, formerly a Sentry grocery, has a ghost who has been heard whistling in the aisles and the back room. It has also been reported that food disappears and toys have been played with at night, and the laughter of invisible children can be heard. Some blame the activity ...

Days Inn Green Bay

Green bay, wisconsin.

The ghost of a former worker is rumoured to haunt the hotel basement. An eerie presence is felt in the hotel, and people have reported spirits brushing against them in the hotel corridors. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

Joannes Mansion

People have reported seeing ghostly apparitions and hearing ballroom music on the upper floor of the house. An aggressive presence has been known to push people down flights of stairs. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

Astor House Bed and Breakfast

The ghost of Doctor Julius Bellin, former owner of the historic house, has been seen in the parlour room in the early hours of morning by guests. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

Brewbaker's Pub

According to local rumors, the pub is haunted by a ghost whose footsteps can be heard at night. Flashing lights also are said to come from the building when it is closed.

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20 Most Haunted Places in America and the Ghosts That Call Them Home

Your next trip might just take a turn for the paranormal.

Elizabeth Rhodes is a special projects editor at Travel + Leisure , covering everything from luxury hotels to theme parks to must-pack travel products. Originally from South Carolina, Elizabeth moved to New York City from London, where she started her career as a travel blogger and writer.

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With more than 1,200 haunted attractions in the U.S. (including theatrical haunted houses), haunted travel is more popular than you think and the country is chock-full of historical attractions that promise real paranormal thrills. Although past tragedies have allegedly caused ghosts to linger in hotels, restaurants, parks, and even airports, ghost-hunting travelers are more often found traveling to places way off the radar of traditional guidebooks.

Discover 20 of the most haunted places in America, where you can get properly spooked and maybe even return home with a tale of your own supernatural encounter.

New Orleans

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With dozens of reportedly haunted places, New Orleans is one of the country's most haunted cities. By paranormal standards, NOLA has it all: churches haunted by the spirits of former priests, former hospitals visited by soldiers who died but never truly passed on, and homes filled with ghosts of previous residents — not to mention the vampire stories. The city also has its share of notable ghosts, including that of William Faulkner, which is sometimes spotted at the author's former home-turned-bookstore, Faulkner House Books . Old Absinthe House , open since the early 1800s, is supposedly haunted by Voodoo practitioner Marie Laveau, Andrew Jackson, and pirate Jean Lafitte, among others. St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is another paranormal hot spot, said to have hundreds of ghosts.

Pawleys Island, South Carolina

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South of Myrtle Beach, Pawleys Island draws sun seekers to its less-busy stretch of sand. However, there's a darker side. The town has more than its fair share of ghost stories, the most famous being of the Gray Man. Said to appear on the beach before devastating storms, the apparition sometimes approaches people and warns them to flee. It's believed that if you encounter this spectral beachcomber, you'll be spared from the wrath of the incoming hurricane.

To complete your ghost-hunting itinerary, stay at The Pelican Inn, said to be haunted by its former owner who was also a former Confederate soldier. At All Saints Church, where some graves date from the 18th century, you can pay your respects to Alice Flagg, a young broken-hearted girl whose ghost is known to wander about town and in the marshes. Visitors often leave a token on her grave to make a wish.

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A disastrous fire, a notorious serial killer, and mob history all contributed to Chicago's reputation as a haunted destination. The Iroquois Theater was the site of a tragic fire that killed hundreds in 1903, and some say the alley behind the theater is still haunted by those unfortunate patrons. H.H. Holmes, the country's first serial killer, murdered dozens (if not hundreds) of women in his infamous "Murder Castle." The building is long gone and the site is now occupied by a post office, where some workers still report odd experiences in the building's basement. The site of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, often attributed to Al Capone, reportedly has some residual paranormal energy, too. These are just a few of the many haunted sites in the Windy City — check out a ghost tour for more.

Pine Barrens, New Jersey

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In South Jersey, the Pine Barrens is a nature reserve notorious as the home of the Jersey Devil . The legendary creature is said to be a demon with bat wings and hooves, born to a local woman in the 18th century. Over the past few hundred years, stories have periodically surfaced about its attacks on livestock and people. In addition to being stalked by this shadowy monster, the area is considered one of the most haunted places in America because of its abandoned factories and towns . It was also the site of a 1928 plane crash that killed a Mexican pilot on his way from New York City to Mexico City. His ghost is said to wander the crash site.

Savannah, Georgia

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Savannah, Georgia, is often ranked among the most haunted cities in the U.S. Historic homes, inns, and restaurants are rumored to house the spirits of former residents and visitors. In fact, those looking for a thoroughly spooky weekend in Savannah can opt to stay at an allegedly haunted hotel and eat at restaurants still frequented by spirits that never fully left the earthly realm. Moon River Brewing Company is known as the most haunted place in town, featured on both Ghost Adventures and Ghost Hunters . Guests have reported seeing a lady in white on the stairs and spirits have been known to mess with the staff.

The Pirates' House , now a family-friendly restaurant, was once a boarding house popular among sailors. Some were reputedly shanghaied from its basement, and their spirits are thought to visit the restaurant today. Finally, The Marshall House is known as one of the most haunted hotels in the U.S. , thanks to its history as a hospital during the Civil War and yellow fever epidemics. Guests have reported seeing apparitions in the hallways and hearing ghost children running down the halls at night, among other mysterious happenings.

The Queen Mary, Long Beach, California

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This famous ship is not just a historic landmark, it's also the most haunted hotel in America . The ocean liner sailed for three decades from the 1930s until the ’60s before retiring. Now permanently docked in Long Beach, California, it welcomes both daytime and overnight visitors. The hotel capitalizes on its spooky vibes by offering ghost tours that highlight the many spine-tingling tales of onboard happenings, from spectral stateroom visitors to mysterious figures in the engine and boiler rooms. One of the creepiest sights is the first class swimming pool, which remains empty due to California laws, and is one of the areas where the most sightings have been reported.

St. Augustine, Florida

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The oldest city in the U.S. is bound to have a residual spirit or two, and lucky for paranormal seekers, St. Augustine is a hotbed of ghost activity. The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum is supposedly haunted by girls who drowned there in the 1870s. Visitors have also reported paranormal experiences at Castle Warden, a Moorish-style home built in the 1880s that now houses the first permanent Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum , established in 1950. The city has several other haunted locations; you can explore the darker side of St. Augustine on a ghost tour — some even bring along EMF meters to track paranormal activity.

Shoshone Ice Caves, Idaho

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In the backcountry of Idaho, 16 miles north of Shoshone, the state's longest lava tube is a four-and-a-half-mile-long cave. When the site was discovered in the 1880s, the caves were full of natural ice and thanks to a restoration effort to replenish the ice after the area was overexploited, you can still see the icy phenomenon in action today during a guided tour . In addition to the interesting history and geology factors of this attraction, many say the caves are haunted. There are reports of paranormal activity and visitors have heard footsteps and voices in the darkness. Some say it is the ghost of a bear or even a Shoshone princess who was buried in the caves centuries ago.

Portland, Oregon

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Portland, Oregon, might be best known for its incredible craft beer scene and artsy vibes, but the city is also one of the best destinations for ghost hunters. The Shanghai Tunnels are perhaps the most notoriously haunted site in the city — in the late 1800s, the city was a major international port, and underground tunnels were created to transport (often illegal) goods across Portland. According to local lore , residents hanging out in bars were kidnapped and taken through the tunnels to waiting ships, never to be seen again. Some say the victims' souls still haunt the bars above ground.

The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado

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Instantly recognizable by devoted horror fans, the Stanley Hotel was the inspiration for Stephen King's novel "The Shining," which was later adapted into the most iconic horror films of all time. Although the movie actually filmed the exterior shots of the fictional Overlook Hotel at the Timberland Hotel in Oregon, the events of the novel were inspired by King's actual visit to the Stanley Hotel. The author stayed in Room 217 with his wife and the two were the hotel's only guests.

Besides being the inspiration for a story that would induce millions of nightmares around the world, the hotel has its own haunting tales that have nothing to do with King or Kubrick, which you can learn about on the night tour . These include a former housekeeper who likes to unpack people's luggage and has a dislike of unmarried couples and Paul, a ghost that haunts the concert hall, where visitors have heard a voice yelling "get out" late at night.

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

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Areas where historic tragedies took place are often considered paranormal hot spots, and the site of the Civil War's bloodiest battle is regarded as one of the world's most haunted places. Some report seeing the ghosts of soldiers on the battlefield. The local inns and a nearby farm are also believed to be haunted. Visitors can take a ghost tour to learn more about the history of Gettysburg and the tragic spirits still said to wander these grounds.

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles

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With a storied past combining Hollywood legends and broken dreams, it's hardly surprising L.A. has its share of paranormal activity, especially at iconic homes and hotels. One of the best known is the Hollywood Roosevelt, where Marilyn Monroe was a long-term resident. According to guests staying in her favorite room, Suite 1200, the tragic star sometimes appears in the mirror as a ghostly figure — but she's not the only A-List phantom. Guests have also sensed the presence of Carole Lombard, Errol Flynn, and Montgomery Clift. There are also non-celebrity ghosts, like Caroline, a small child who plays and roams the halls of the hotel looking for her mother, and a man in a tuxedo who hangs around the ballroom.

Washington, D.C.

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The U.S. capital has seen its fair share of history, so it makes sense that Washington, D.C. is the setting for several ghost stories. In fact, many say the White House is one of the most haunted houses in the U.S. President Lincoln's ghost has been spotted in the Lincoln Bedroom; President William Henry Harrison, who died in the official residence, is said to have returned in the afterlife; and first ladies Dolley Madison and Abigail Adams supposedly still linger, tending to the home. D.C. ghost tours take visitors through other allegedly haunted locations, including the National Building Museum, the Congressional Cemetery, and official government buildings.

USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, Texas

This aircraft carrier saw action in the Pacific during World War II, but now sits in Corpus Christi Bay. Since it opened as a museum in the 1990s, visitors have reported strange noises and sightings of uniform-clad ghosts. The ship saw many battles and a great loss of lives, which is one reason to explain the high number of paranormal encounters. Every October, the ship hosts a haunted house event that includes actors and a ghost tour where you can hear more about the strange things museum staff and visitors have experienced on the USS Lexington.

San Francisco

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Prominent landmarks with dark histories make San Francisco one of the most haunted cities in the U.S. China Camp State Park, the USS Hornet, and the Mare Island Naval Shipyard are all said to be haunted, but the number one phantom hot spot has to be Alcatraz. It's widely believed there are a few ghosts still lurking in the infamous island prison. The spirit of Al Capone is perhaps the most notorious and some say you can still hear him playing his favorite banjo tunes.

The Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina

In Asheville, North Carolina, the enormous Biltmore Estate is one of the city's main attractions and is still owned by the famously wealthy Vanderbilt Family, who owe their fortune to their 19th-century shipping and railroad empire. The mansion was completed in 1895 and still holds the title of the largest privately owned house in the country at nearly 179,000 square feet. Many believe some of the family's ancestors still haunt the halls and rooms, such as the ghost of Edith Vanderbilt who can sometimes be heard calling out for her husband George, whose ghost is also said to hang around his study.

Salem, Massachusetts

Best known for the witch trials that resulted in the execution of 19 people, Salem, Massachusetts, has a long-standing reputation as one of the most haunted cities in the U.S. Some say the ghosts of those killed during the trials linger to this day — Lyceum Hall (now Turner's Seafood) is allegedly haunted by the first victim of the trials, Bridget Bishop, and Howard Street Cemetery is haunted by Giles Corey, who was tortured to death after being accused of witchcraft. Learn more about Salem's spooky side on one of the many ghost tours offered.

Antietam National Battlefield, Maryland

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As the site of over 3,500 deaths from both sides, you can count on some lingering souls on this Civil War battlefield. The most haunted location in Antietam is Sunken Road, also known as Bloody Lane. It was here that the soldiers faced off at close range with advanced weapons and the bodies piled up. Visitors along this trail have reported eerie occurrences like the smell of gunpowder or the sight of men in uniform who vanish into thin air. There have also been reports of strange experiences at Burnside's Bridge, where many of the bodies were buried.

San Antonio, Texas

In San Antonio, the Battle of the Alamo led to thousands of casualties, and Alamo visitors and employees have reported seeing the ghosts of soldiers and hearing mysterious rally cries. The nearby Emily Morgan Hotel is one of the country's most haunted hotels , too. The property was once a hospital, and some guests report seeing the apparition of a woman in white in the halls.

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, Honolulu, Hawaii

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If you're just landing in Honolulu, ghosts are probably the last thing on your mind. Despite the buzz of holiday excitement from incoming tourists, the airport is said to be haunted by a ghost dubbed the "Lady in Waiting." According to the legend, she was jilted by a lover who took off on an international flight after intending to marry her, and shortly after she took her own life. Now, she is spotted all over the airport milling around the gates, waiting for him to come back. Other ghostly reports at the airport include toilets that flush on their own and "the choking ghost," who tends to sit on the chests of sleeping passengers, leaving them waking up gasping for air.

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These Are the Most Haunted Places in the US

By Caitlin Morton and Matt Ortile

The 32 Most Haunted Places in America

We know the United States as the land of spacious skies and amber waves of grain, but it's also the land of ghosts. In the most haunted places in America, lingering spirits roam through the halls of hotels , abandoned asylums, Broadway theaters, and even a city zoo. If you want to get up close and personal with the paranormal, many of these sites offer guided tours through the spookiest of spaces—as well as overnight stays in the most haunted rooms in some of these hotels. (That's one way to capitalize on spirits stuck on our plane of existence, at least.)

If ghosts aren't your go-to travel buddies, fear not. Many of the below sites and the destinations where they are found offer enough culture, history, architectural wonders, and beautiful scenery to keep you firmly planted in this realm. Just be sure not to provoke the spirits as you go about your journeys.

Below, 32 of the most haunted places in America. Happy travels…

This gallery has been updated with new information since its original publish date. All listings featured on Condé Nast Traveler are independently selected by our editors. If you book something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Additional reporting by Randy Kalp and Jenna Scherer.

Bodie California

Bodie, California

In the 1870s and '80s, Bodie boomed when gold was found in the hills surrounding Mono Lake —at one point, it was home to 10,000 people. It's now a State Historic Park , with some parts of the town preserved in a state of "arrested decay"—think tables with place settings, and shops eerily stocked with supplies. It's not surprising that there are many reports of supernatural activity here, including ghost sightings and music playing from shuttered bars. There is also a legend that any visitor who takes anything from Bodie—even a rock—will be cursed with bad luck and health problems upon leaving.

Planning your visit: There are no food shops, gas stations, or other commercial facilities at Bodie in order to, according to the California Department of Parks and Recreation , “preserve the ghost town atmosphere.” Prepare accordingly.

Bonaventure Cemetery

Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia

Those of you who remember the '90s will recognize this cemetery as the one featured in the novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil . Like the book, the Savannah cemetery itself has a Southern Gothic atmosphere, with Spanish moss giving shade to time-worn Victorian monuments. There are many notable figures buried here, like singer Johnny Mercer and poet Conrad Aiken, but it's Gracie Watson who most deserves a visit. Having died at just six years old, her grave is marked by a life-size marble statue with her hand resting on a tree stump, symbolizing her life cut short. Many visitors place toys at her grave when they visit, and some have reported seeing the ghost of Gracie near the site. Other spooky accounts of the Bonaventure include inexplicable sounds, like crying babies and barking dogs, and statues suddenly smiling as people approach them.

Planning your visit: The Bonaventure Historical Society offers guided tours and, if you're looking for a particular gravesite, instructions that will point you where you need to go.

Cahawba Alabama

Cahawba, Alabama

Alabama's first capital and famous ghost town takes its name from the state's longest river, situated at the confluence of the Cahaba and the Alabama. It was abandoned after the Civil War, and its empty buildings, slave burial ground, and eerie cemeteries are now popular settings for ghost tours and stories of paranormal activity. The most famous tale is that of a luminous floating orb appearing in the former garden maze of Colonel C.C. Pegues’s house, shortly after the colonel had been killed in battle. The phenomenon became known as "Pegues’s Ghost," and still attracts curious visitors to the site today.

Planning your visit: Since Cahawba is a ghost town, you'll want to make your base elsewhere—driving from nearby Selma takes just 20 minutes, and the nearest airport is Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM), about an hour away.

Calcasieu Courthouse Lake Charles Louisiana

Calcasieu Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Toni Jo Henry was a former sex worker who reached national levels of infamy when she killed a man in cold blood in 1940. It took three trials for a jury to convict the "charming" Toni Jo, but she eventually became the first (and only) woman in Louisiana to be executed in the electric chair. However, her spirit is said to have remained in the courthouse, where workers can feel her presence and even smell her burning hair. Many claim she meddles with everyday life at the courthouse to make life more difficult for the employees, locking doors and fiddling with office equipment.

Planning your visit: For your travel companions too creeped our to visit the courthouse? Send them to Lake Charles, North Beach, a naturally occurring inland stretch of white sand that's perfect for picnics, swimming, and, well, long walks on the beach.

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Crescent Hotel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Since its construction in 1886, the Crescent Hotel has served several purposes: luxury resort, conservatory for young women, junior college. But the strangest mark on its history came in 1937 when it got a new owner, Norman G. Baker. Baker was a millionaire inventor who decided to pose as a doctor (despite having no medical training) and turn the hotel into a hospital that could "cure" cancer. He was eventually exposed and run out of town, though reports say that his spirit found its way back to the site—and gained some otherworldly company, too. The now-operating Crescent Hotel is said to be haunted by at least eight ghosts , ranging from a five-year-old girl to a bearded man wearing Victorian clothing.

Planning your visit: If you really want a spirited night at the Crescent Hotel , you can book Room 218, a.k.a. Michael's Room, the most paranormally active address on the property—and, according to the hotel website, the one most frequently requested by bold and brave guests. (If you need a buddy, the room sleeps two, for what it's worth.)

Dock Street Theatre Charleston South Carolina

Dock Street Theatre, Charleston, South Carolina

One of the oldest theaters in America, this site in downtown Charleston has racked up a lot of tumult and history over the years. After a fire burned down the original theater, the Planters Inn was built on the spot; it was converted back to a theater in the 1930s. The most flamboyant ghost here is Nettie Dickerson, who, legend has it, was struck by lightning while standing on the balcony of the hotel. Her shadow has been reported gliding along the second floor of the theater, dressed in a red gown. Also in otherworldly attendance: Junius Brutus Booth, a renowned 19th-century actor (and the father of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth) who used to frequent the inn.

Planning your visit: The Dock Street Theatre is right in the middle of the French Quarter, in Charleston's original walled city. You'll have your pick of restaurants and hotels in the area after catching a show (or a ghost sighting); the elegantly timeless French Quarter Inn is a Readers' Choice Awards favorite.

The Driskill

The Driskill, Austin, Texas

The Driskill is a majestic Romanesque hotel with modern rooms and an iconic brick facade, drawing European tourists and wedding parties since 1886. It's a true Austin landmark—and according to some, a true hot-spot for ghosts. Travelers have noted eerily abnormal sounds through its ornate corridors, as well as phantom sightings of the hotel’s namesake, Jesse Driskill, whose portrait still hangs in the lobby. They say Driskill never recovered from the heartbreak of losing his hotel in a high-stakes poker game, and honestly, we get it: This spot would be a hard one to say goodbye to.

Planning your visit: The Driskill is a stone's throw away from the Colorado River bisecting the city: Just walk down Congress Avenue and you'll hit the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail , which offers fantastic views of both the water and the city.

Eastern State Penitentiary Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The castle-like Eastern State Penitentiary took solitary confinement to new levels when it was built in 1829. Prisoners lived alone, exercised alone, and ate alone; when an inmate left his cell, a guard would cover his head with a hood so he couldn't see or be seen. The prison had to abandon its solitary system due to overcrowding from 1913 until it closed in 1970, although the forms of punishment did not get any less severe (chaining an inmate's tongue to his wrists is one example). The site—one of the most haunted places in America—now welcomes thousands of visitors every year, both for its museum and annual Halloween celebrations, which feature 15 haunted attractions within the prison walls. Reported paranormal happenings have included disembodied laughter, shadowy figures, and pacing footsteps.

Planning your visit: The Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site, Inc., the nonprofit organization that keeps the Penitentiary open as a tourist site, goes all in on Halloween. If you're visiting in October, be sure to review all the need-to-knows on their site.

Emily's Bridge Stowe Vermont

Emily's Bridge, Stowe, Vermont

New England is known for its lovely covered bridges, but some are more likely to elicit dread than delight. Take Emily's Bridge in Stowe , for example, a 50-foot-long bridge that is said to be the site of a young woman's death by suicide in the mid-1800s. According to legend, the woman (Emily) was supposed to meet her lover at the bridge to elope, but ended up hanging herself from the rafters when he never showed up. Today, Emily's ghost is said to maliciously haunt the site, clawing at passing cars and even scratching the backs of pedestrians until they bleed. There are slightly less menacing spooks as well, like images of a white apparition and strange voices and footsteps coming from the tunnel.

Planning your visit: If you drive up to the bridge and can't bear to go in? Re-route. In the fall, Stowe is a fantastic place to go leaf peeping , and in the winter, it's one of New England's bona fide ski capitals; the Austrian-inspired Trapp Family Lodge is just 15 minutes away from Emily's Bridge by car, for a safe retreat.

Gettysburg Battlefield Pennsylvania

Gettysburg Battlefield, Pennsylvania

The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the bloodiest in American history, with somewhere around 50,000 young men dying in the three-day conflict. Many of the soldiers never received a proper burial after their untimely deaths, and many believe the souls of these men now wander the battlefield to look for their weapons and comrades.

Planning your visit: If you do choose to wander the fields, the National Park Service encourages visitors to Gettysburg National Military Park to be mindful of deer ticks, especially when the insects are most active in the late spring to early fall. Follow traditional protective measures like wearing insect repellent and pants.

Honolulu Airport

Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii

If flight delays and $13 sandwiches aren't enough to make you fear airports, Honolulu 's Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (also called Honolulu International Airport) has an extra feature to strike fear in even the most intrepid of travelers: a resident ghost. Dubbed “the Lady in Waiting,” the apparition is a blonde woman in a white dress who shows up in off-limits areas of the airport. According to legend, the woman fell in love with a man who promised to marry her (while she was still alive, of course), but then he hopped on an international flight and abandoned her at the gate—her ghost is still waiting for him to return. People have reported other strange occurrences as well, like toilet paper rolls that unravel on their own and toilets that flush by themselves. (Although when it comes to airport bathrooms, we've seen a lot scarier.)

Planning your visit: Since the airport's Lady in Waiting is said to show up in places usually inaccessible to travelers, you'd probably be better off actually, you know, leaving the airport and seeing Hawaii. Perhaps a stay at the Sensei Lanai, A Four Seasons Resort ? It was voted the best resort in Hawaii in this year's Readers' Choice Awards .

Hotel Monte Vista Flagstaff Arizona

Hotel Monte Vista, Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff's Hotel Monte Vista has its fair share of paranormal guests who have truly overstayed their welcome, including a long-term boarder who had a habit of hanging raw meat from the chandelier in Room 210; two women who were also thrown from the third floor and allegedly now attempt to asphyxiate male guests in their sleep. There are also reports of an infant whose disturbing cries have sent staff members running upstairs from the basement. (Actor John Wayne even claims to have had a paranormal encounter here.)

Planning your visit: When you need a break from ghosthunting (or ghostbusting), there's plenty to do in Historic Downtown Flagstaff, where the Hotel Monte Vista stands. Among them: Nearby restaurants Atria and Brix are perfect for locavores who love a menu that rotates with the seasons (and none of it hangs from a chandelier here).

House of the Seven Gables Salem MA

House of the Seven Gables, Salem, Massachusetts

No, this house did not steal its name from the classic novel—in fact, it inspired the novel. Aside from being the site of those famous witch trials, Salem also happens to be the birthplace of Nathaniel Hawthorne, who used this 17th-century house as inspiration for his famous 1851 novel, The House of the Seven Gables . Aside from its beautiful-yet-spooky facade, the house is surrounded by tales of paranormal activity and ghost sightings (all based on personal experiences of staff).

Planning your visit: Every October, the house offers spooky tours as well as performances of their “ Haunted Fables at the Gables ." There are daytime options as well as nighttime options for the brave of heart. And late in the month, the programming becomes dedicated to an interactive theater experience called Daemonologie: Sinew & Soul .

Lincoln Park Zoo Chicago Illinois

Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, Illinois

Lions, and tigers, and…ghosts? As it turns out, one of Chicago's most popular attractions is also one of its most haunted, with much more than just chimpanzees roaming the grounds. From the 1840s to '50s, the heart of Lincoln Park served as the city cemetery, housing some 35,000 bodies . The cemetery was eventually moved due to its proximity to the city's water supply, and most of the bodies—but not all of them—were moved along with it. If you've ever seen a horror movie, you know that messing with burial grounds is the easiest way to get haunted, and the Lincoln Park Zoo is no exception. As if walking above several thousand corpses isn't creepy enough, famed parapsychologist Ursula Bielski once called the area (in its current state) “without a doubt the most active site I’ve investigated”—and people have reported seeing ghosts there since it opened in 150 years ago.

Planning your visit: The Lincoln Park Zoo is free—no admission fees are required. Opening hours change with the season, so be sure to double check so you don't get locked out of the park (or locked in).

Lizzie Borden Bed  Breakfast Fall River Massachusetts

Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast, Fall River, Massachusetts

Without a doubt, the most famous haunted bed and breakfast in New England is the Lizzie Borden House in Fall River. For those unfamiliar with the story (or the macabre jump-rope rhyme), police accused Borden of brutally killing her father and stepmother with a hatchet in 1892; she was acquitted of the murders later that year. At the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast Museum, visitors can tour the house or spend the night, even staying in the room where Abby Borden was killed. Guests and employees have reported all kinds of strange activity in the house, including weeping and footstep sounds, an apparition in Victorian-era clothing wandering the halls, doors opening and closing, and muffled conversations coming from vacant rooms.

Planning your visit: Since the Lizzie Borden House has only six rooms available for booking on any given night, you might find yourself with no room at the inn, as it were. Don't fret: Just drive 30 minutes and cross state lines to Providence , Rhode Island, where a bevy of plush hotels like the Graduate await (hauntings not guaranteed).

The Mark Twain House Hartford Connecticut

The Mark Twain House, Hartford, Connecticut

Mark Twain lived in this Hartford house from 1874 to 1891, during which time he wrote both The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer . The landmark now serves as a museum that showcases the iconic author’s life and work. It’s also an excellent place to experience the paranormal, apparently, as visitors have reported things like odd noises and a woman in white (isn’t it always?). The billiard room is considered the most haunted spot in the house—it is where Twain used to sit and smoke cigars, and some claim they can smell smoke wafting through the air as they pass through.

Planning your visit: The Mark Twain House and Museum website highly recommends booking timed tickets in advance of your visit. And if you're looking for another equally historical house tour, the home of the writer and abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe is just a one-minute walk away, around the corner from Twain's.

Masonic Temple Detroit Michigan

Masonic Temple, Detroit, Michigan

With its 16 floors, over a thousand rooms, and Gothic facade, the Masonic Temple is one of the most imposing additions to Detroit 's skyline. According to rumors, there's also more to it than meets the eye, like hidden passageways and staircases. The most famous urban myth associated with the Temple, however, is that of its architect, George D. Mason: Legend has it that Mason went bankrupt funding the construction and then leapt to his death from the roof. You'll be hard-pressed to find facts to back up this tale, but it certainly does help explain reports of a ghost climbing the steps to the roof of the building.

Planning your visit: The Masonic Temple maintains an active events calendar for its theaters and ballroom. There are guided tours as well, though they're subject to staff availability,—be sure to consult the calendar and get tickets ahead of time.

Mizpah Hotel Tonopah Nevada

The Mizpah Hotel, Tonopah, Nevada

The Mizpah Hotel opened in 1907 as one of Nevada's first luxury hotels, complete with solid granite walls and Victorian-era decor, and it was fully restored in 2011. But the swanky hotel has a history as blood-red as its scarlet furnishings—one it proudly embraces. Legend has it that a woman died on the fifth floor, and her soul never left the building. The "Lady in Red" now reportedly makes her presence known by whispering in men's ears and leaving pearls from her broken necklace on guests' pillows.

Planning your visit: The Mizpah Hotel isn't creepy enough for you? Walk 10 minutes up along Main Street and stop by The World Famous Clown Motel , which is exactly what it says on the tin. If that weren't enough, its tagline is “America's Scariest Motel.”

Ohio State Reformatory

Ohio State Reformatory, Mansfield, Ohio

Opened in 1896, the Ohio State Reformatory is famous for its Gothic facade and ominous six-story cell block. But its greatest claim to fame is when it served as the filming location for The Shawshank Redemption —though, to be clear, the prison was shrouded in terror long before Red and Andy holed up there. The reformatory closed in 1990 due to overcrowding and inhumane conditions, but not before more than a total of 200 people (including two guards) died in the building. Legend says that the ghosts of several former inmates still roam the halls, as well as an old guard who jabs people with his nightstick.

Planning your visit: There are various ways for visitors to experience the hauntings first-hand at the Reformatory, from two-hour guided tours to private paranormal investigations. The site also plays host to an annual music and tattoo festival called InkCarceration .

One if by Land Two if by Sea

One if by Land, Two if by Sea, New York City

One if by Land, Two if by Sea has all the makings of a perfect evening: gold chandeliers, fireside tables, upper-crust cuisine… and about 20 ghosts. The spirits are reportedly more playful than malicious—paranormal activities are classic phantom pranks like flickering lights, tilting picture frames, and moving plates. Some of the most famous apparitions guests have claimed to see include a woman dressed in black who walks down the staircase and a Ziegfeld follies girl. Other people claim that Aaron Burr haunts the restaurant—it was his carriage house back in the day, after all. Sadly, there are no reports of him performing any songs from the Hamilton soundtrack.

Planning your visit: Given the fame it has as one of the world's most romantic restaurants, reservations are a must. And for a truly swoon-worthy evening, book a room nearby at The Marlton Hotel , a New York City classic, right off of Washington Square Park .

Pine Barrens New Jersey

Pine Barrens, New Jersey

The heavily forested Pine Barrens spans over 1 million acres and seven counties in New Jersey. The area thrived during the Colonial period, host to sawmills, paper mills, and other industries. People eventually abandoned the mills and surrounding villages when coal was discovered to the west in Pennsylvania, leaving behind ghost towns—and, some say, a few supernatural wanderers. The most popular Pine Barrens resident is without a doubt the Jersey Devil. According to legend , the creature was born in 1735 to Deborah Leeds (her 13th child) with leathery wings, a goat's head, and hooves. It flew up the Leeds' chimney and into the Barrens, where it has reportedly been killing livestock—and creeping out South Jersey residents—ever since. ( The Sopranos ' fans will recognize the vast woodlands from the namesake Season 3 episode, which was anxiety-inducing in its own right.)

Planning your visit: To say that the Pine Barrens are huge is to understate the fact. It can be easy to get lost—as TV characters Christopher Moltisanti and Paulie learned the hard way. If you want to go exploring, stay in your vehicle or at the very least stay close to roads and campgrounds.

Pittock Mansion Portland Oregon

Pittock Mansion, Portland, Oregon

Oregonian pioneers Henry and Georgiana Pittock decided to build their dream house when they reached their golden years, in 1909, spurring the innovative design and construction of the Pittock Mansion . Unfortunately, the couple only got to enjoy their home for a few years before passing away—Georgiana in 1918 and Henry in 1919. The building is now a public landmark where some strange occurrences have been reported, such as the smell of roses (Georgiana's favorite bloom) filling a room with no flowers in it, and a childhood painting of Henry moving, on its own, from spot to spot within the house. Clearly, death was not enough of a reason for the Pittocks to vacate their beloved home.

Planning your visit: Be mindful of the Mansion's opening hours , which vary throughout the year. Virtual tours are also offered. In addition to tours, temporary exhibits and permanent collections that celebrate local Oregon history and culture are also on display at the house.

Red Onion Saloon Alaska

Red Onion Saloon, Skagway, Alaska

Established in 1898 as a brothel for miners during the Klondike Gold Rush, Alaska's Red Onion Saloon had a feature that set it apart from other bordellos: It used dolls to help run its business. (Always a good sign.) Every day, 10 dolls would be placed on the bar downstairs, each one representing one of the ladies working in the upstairs rooms. A customer would choose one of the dolls, at which point it was laid down on the bar to indicate that the corresponding worker was occupied. When the customer came back downstairs, the doll would be returned to her sitting position to let other potential clients know she was available. Fast-forward to 2023, and the Red Onion Saloon still operates as a bar and restaurant (yep, the dolls are still on display), and offers tours of the upstairs rooms, which are preserved as a sort of makeshift brothel museum. As if licentious dolls weren't creepy enough, there are reports of Lydia—a former madam of the brothel—haunting the site, complete with cold spots and lingering smells of perfume wafting through the halls.

Planning your visit: There's no super easy way to get up to Skagway, but it is set along the Inside Passage, a popular coastal route for cruise ships traveling through the North American Pacific Fjordland. If you want to pay a visit, look for a sailing that has a shore day in Skagway.

RMS Queen Mary Long Beach California

RMS Queen Mary , Long Beach, California

Aside from a brief stint as a war ship in World War II, the RMS Queen Mary served as a luxury ocean liner from 1936 to 1967. During that time, it was the site of at least one murder, a sailor being crushed to death by a door in the engine room, and children drowning in the pool. The city of Long Beach purchased the ship in 1967 and turned it into a hotel , and it still serves that purpose today—although the reported ghosts of the deceased passengers get to stay for free. (For an extra dose of spine-tingling experiences, see if you can visit the ship's engine room, which is considered by many to be a "hotbed" of paranormal activity.)

Planning your visit: In addition to overnight stays at the guest rooms , there are tours and exhibits on offer on the Queen Mary. An experience called The Grey Ghost Project allegedly takes “a skeptical- and evidence-based approach to investigating the supernatural." The Steam and Steel Tour, meanwhile, brings you close to the ship's massive engine rooms.

San Fernando Cathedral San Antonio Texas

San Fernando Cathedral, San Antonio, Texas

The oldest church in Texas holds El Mariachi Mass on Sunday, and is a stunning example of Gothic Revival architecture. But come nightfall, you'd have to be something of a daredevil to enter its myth-ridden grounds . When construction workers started renovating the church in 1936, they unearthed bones, nails, and tattered military uniforms near the altar, which some believe belonged to three soldiers of the Alamo. Since the disturbing incident, visitors have reported shadowy figures and orbs in their photographs, as well as ghosts in the back of the church itself . Such otherworldly inhabitants include a man dressed in black and figures in hooded, monk-like clothing.

Planning your visit: Be mindful of the mass times and confession hours should you decide to drop by during the day. Once you've paid a visit, head to the San Antonio River Walk , which is right outside the church, for some bites, people-watching, and maybe even a boat tour .

Sheffield Island Lighthouse Norwalk Connecticut

Sheffield Island Lighthouse, Norwalk, Connecticut

Built in 1868 to help ships reach Connecticut's Sheffield Island (a 45-minute ferry ride from South Norwalk), this 10-room, Victorian-style lighthouse has a bit of a troubled past. In 1972, the lighthouse's original keeper died suddenly while watching passing ships with a spyglass; his death was never fully explained. Then, in 1991, an archaeologist working on historic site preservation reported several mysterious happenings, including mystical music coming from the shores, distant cries for help, and the sound of a foghorn—despite there being no foghorn on the island. Many believe the sounds were the work of the ghost of Captain Robert Sheffield, who originally purchased the islands in the early 1800s (and apparently had a knack for weird musical instruments).

Planning your visit: Today, Sheffield Island Lighthouse offers guided group tours from May through September. For a truly picturesque afternoon out on the water, try a sunset cruise that leaves from South Norwalk.

The Stanley Hotel Estes Park Colorado

The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado

The Stanley Hotel 's stately Georgian architecture and world-renowned whiskey bar have lured travelers to Estes Park since the hotel opened in 1909. But the Stanley reached new levels of fame after inspiring Stephen King's fictional Overlook Hotel from The Shining . That eerie association aside, many other ghost sightings and mysterious piano music have been connected to the hotel. The Stanley Hotel leans into its reputation quite cleverly, offering nightly ghost tours and psychic consultations from the in-house Madame Vera .

Planning a visit: Estes Park is a popular base for visitors heading to see the majesty of Rocky Mountain National Park , so hiking and outdoor adventuring could easily be bundled with ghostbusting at The Stanley on your next Colorado trip.

St. Augustine Lighthouse Florida

St. Augustine Lighthouse, Florida

The St. Augustine Lighthouse is visited by nearly 225,000 people annually, but it is just as well-known for its otherworldly visitors. Several tragic events occurred at the now-historic site that have contributed to the alleged paranormal activity. One of the first was when the lighthouse keeper fell to his death while painting the tower; his ghost has since been spotted watching over the grounds. Another event was the horrific death of three young girls, who drowned when the cart they were playing in broke and fell into the ocean. Today, visitors claim to hear the sounds of children playing in and around the lighthouse.

Planning your visit: Stay a while in St. Augustine, voted on of the best small cities in the US in this year's Readers' Choice Awards . There's lots more history to explore in this centuries-old town (founded in 1565 by a Spanish admiral), like the Castillo de San Marcos across the Matanzas River.

TransAllegheny Lunatic Asylum Weston West Virginia

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Weston, West Virginia

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum opened its doors to patients in 1864, and in the 1950s, the West Virginia facility reached its peak, housing more than 2,400 patients—even though it was designed to hold only 250. The severe overcrowding led to inhumane conditions (like lack of heat and convalescent people kept in cages), and patients started acting increasingly violent, from starting fires to attacking staff members. The asylum finally closed in 1994, but the souls of some patients are said to linger.

Planning your visit: Ghost tours are available for those who dare, but for the rest of us, there are other attractions across the West Fork River that bisects Weston: the Mountaineer Military Museum and the Museum Of American Glass in West Virginia .

Whaley House San Diego California

Whaley House, San Diego, California

Thomas Whaley built this family estate in 1857 in San Diego , on the former site of the city's first public gallows. Shortly after he moved in, he reported hearing the heavy footsteps of "Yankee" Jim Robinson, a drifter and thief who was hanged on the site four years before the house was built. Whaley's family history ended up being filled with tragic deaths and suicides, many of which occurred inside the home itself. Some of the family members reportedly still haunt the landmark , often accompanied by cigar smoke and the smell of heavy perfume.

Planning a visit: There are day and evening guided tours on offer at the Whaley House; there's even an after-hours investigation package where participants can join “ an actual paranormal investigation ” and get their hands on “ the latest ghost hunting equipment .”

Winchester Mystery House San Jose California

Winchester Mystery House, San Jose, California

The Winchester Mystery House might be one the most disturbing construction projects in history. Following the death of her husband and child, Sarah Winchester (the wife of a rifle-maker's son) was informed by a seer that her family was killed by the ghosts of gunshot victims. To keep away the vengeful spirits, she commissioned the Victorian fun house-turned-macabre dwelling that you see today. Some of the creepier features include staircases that lead directly into the ceiling, doors that open onto brick walls, and windows that can take you to secret passages.

Planning your visit: Book a guided tour , since you'll probably need it to navigate this M.C. Escher drawing of a house. If you're looking to be truly transported, grab tickets to the Unhinged immersive theatre experience that's on offer during the Halloween season.

The Bowery Hotel New York

The Bowery Hotel, New York City

This iconic hotel in Manhattan's Lower East Side is out of New York's Gilded Age with opulent decor and charming (albeit sometimes creepy) oil paintings throughout the property. But if you're feeling an otherworldly presence when you check in, that may be due to the poltergeists that allegedly make The Bowery Hotel their home. Some say that the elevators go haywire every night at one in the morning thanks to those spooky specters.

Planning your visit: If you want to stay up until 1:00 a.m. to catch the ghouls wreaking havoc, there's plenty to do in the neighborhood to keep you occupied until then. Grab dinner at nearby Momofuku Ko , then catch a performance at The Bowery Electric .

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15 Most Haunted Cities in the U.S.

Posted: January 10, 2024 | Last updated: January 10, 2024

Hunting for paranormal activity is a great American pastime, and you don’t have to wait until Halloween for ghosts to make their appearance. Many cities across the U.S. have a reputation for being haunted year-round.

Cities steeped in centuries of history, cities with traumatic pasts and cities with strong magnetic fields (or a combination of all three) are prime real estate for ghostly inhabitants. Many of America’s haunted cities are in the South, but you’ll find haunted destinations all across the continental United States.

If you’re curious about the most haunted cities in the U.S., read on to discover what we’ve uncovered.

15. Portland, Oregon

Year founded: 1851

Population: 641,000

Why Portland is Considered Haunted

Before Portland was a capital of cool, it had a dark and sordid past. A web of tunnels underneath the city streets, known as the Shanghai Tunnels, are some of the most haunted areas in the city. During the 19th century, the tunnels were used to transport illegal goods throughout the city. 

The tunnels were also (allegedly) used to kidnap locals from bars and transport them to ships waiting to sail them off for human trafficking. Many say the souls still haunt the bars that sit above the old tunnels.

14. Pawley’s Island, South Carolina

Year founded: 1711

Population: 132

Why Pawley’s Island is Considered Haunted

South Carolina has its fair share of ghostly haunts but Pawley's Island off the coast of Myrtle Beach may be one of the most haunted of them all. The most famous ghost on the island is that of the Grey Man, who appears to warn people of impending hurricanes. If you spot him walking on the beach, or if a man dressed in grey approaches you, you know it's time to get off the island.

13. San Francisco, California

Year founded: 1776

Population: 815,000

Why San Francisco is Considered Haunted

San Francisco's mist-covered hills and centuries-old streets tell the stories of a spooky past. But perhaps one of the most famous haunted sites in the city is the former prison grounds of Alcatraz. It is long believed that a few ghosts are still roaming the hallways and abandoned jail cells of the island prison, Al Capone being the most famous.

12. Bodie, California

Year founded: 1859

Population: 0 (Ghost town)

Why Bodie is Considered Haunted

A 'ghost town' refers to a town that has been abandoned and is frozen in time. But for some ghost towns, like Bodie, California, the term "ghost" is much more literal. The former mining town in the Sierra Nevada mountains is one of the most haunted in the country. 

The J.S. Cain House is said to be haunted by the ghost of a maid, while the Mendocino House has several resident ghosts. In the cemetery, the ghost of a three-year-old child who met an untimely death is said to come out and play with living children who wander near the grave.

11. Chicago, Illinois

Year founded: 1837

Population: 2.6 million

Why Chicago is Considered Haunted

A city as famous for the grim and ghoulish as it is for art, music and culture, Chicago has quite a ghostly history. Oak Woods Cemetery has the graves of 6,000 Confederate soldiers, some of whom are said to come out and about. Some say they can still hear the screams of victims from Al Capone's Valentine's Day Massacre at the Clark Street Bridge. And if you're driving along Archer Avenue, keep a lookout for the "Vanishing hitchhiker" who has been hitching rides since the 1930s.

10. Cahawba, Alabama

Year founded: 1819

Why Cahawba is Considered Haunted

Cahawba was originally founded to be the original capital of Alabama. The town was abandoned after the Civil War, but some residents have remained indefinitely. Colonel C.C. Pegues, a Civil War colonel who was mortally wounded, is said to still occupy the town. He takes the shape of a peculiar ball of white floating light that appears in the woods at his former home.

9. Charleston, South Carolina

Year founded: 1670

Population: 151,000

Why Charleston is Considered Haunted

With nearly 400 years of history, and much of that history laden with pirate lore, a Civil War and a little bit of voodoo magic, it’s no wonder Charleston is a breeding ground for haunted tales. Charleston's downtown, also known as The Battery, was used for artillery during the Civil War. 

Today, the Battery Carriage House Inn is known for some rather long-term guests, like a couple of ghosts who don't like to share the bed. The Dock Street Theatre also has a particularly spooky audience, notably the spirit of John Wilkes Booth, as well as that of a local sex worker named "Nettie."

8. Shoshone Ice Caves, Idaho

Year founded: 1864

Population : 1,678

Why the Shoshone Ice Caves are Considered Haunted

Shoshone is a small mining town in Idaho, but it's the ice caves of the area that are most known for their haunted happenings. The ice caves were built into the state's longest lava tube and were used as a source of ice for the town of Shoshone in the 19th century. 

Paranormal activity has long been reported in these caves, including ghostly footsteps and whispers in the dark.

7. St., Augustine, Florida

Year founded: 1565

Population: 14,581

Why St. Augustine is Considered Haunted

St. Augustine's claim to fame is that it is the oldest city in the United States. With so much history, you'd imagine a few residents may have stuck around over the centuries. Allegedly, the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum is one of the most haunted spots in the city, thanks to resident girl ghosts who drowned there in the 19th century. 

6. Pine Barrens, New Jersey

Year founded: N/A

Population: 400,000

Why the Pine Barrens is Considered Haunted

Many mysteries hide between the trees of southern New Jersey's Pine Barrens. This vast swath of deep forest is best known for the legend of the Jersey Devil, a demon said to be born to a local woman in the 18th century. 

The hundreds of square miles of forest have many abandoned towns and factories tucked within them, all of which are said to have their own ghostly goings on.

5. San Antonio, Texas

Year founded: 1718

Population: 1.45 million

Why San Antonio is Considered Haunted

It's easy to "remember the Alamo" when many of its victims are still seen and heard patrolling the historic site. A city with a long history, San Antonio is the site of some major hauntings. A stroll along the river walk will reveal many eerie establishments, including the Alamo Street Restaurant and Theater.

4. Savannah, Georgia

Year founded: 1733

Population: 147,000

Why Savannah is Considered Haunted

Savannah is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. and one with a high count of paranormal activity. From the Bonaventure Cemetery to Fort Pulaski, the Pirate's House restaurant and The Mercer House, it has no shortage of addresses known for long-dead guests.

3. New Orleans, Louisiana

Population: 377,000

Why New Orleans is Considered Haunted

A tragic past of slavery, mysterious threads of voodoo and hundreds of years of history have brewed up quite the recipe for hauntings across New Orleans. Many spots across the city have reported spirit activity. 

Antoine's Restaurant, for one, is said to still be haunted by its original proprietor, Antoine Alciatore. But the most famous ghost in the Crescent City is Marie Laveau, "The Voodoo Queen." Residents of New Orleans will visit her crypt at the St. Louis Cemetery and leave her offerings, hoping she'll grant them favors.

2. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Year founded: 1806

Population: 7,400

Why Gettysburg is Considered Haunted

One of the greatest tragedies on American soil happened at Gettysburg. The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War and, as such, the battle site is considered to be one of the world's most haunted places. 

1. Salem, Massachusetts

Year founded: 1626

Population: 44,800

Why Salem is Considered Haunted

Salem, Massachusetts has one of the most tragic histories in the country. The village is best known for the horrific 17th-century witch trials that resulted in the execution of 19 people. That tarnished past stays with it, as some say the alleged witches still linger in Salem to this day.

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    Details: The American Club - The whole East Wing of the hotel is haunted. It is the oldest part of the hotel. A woman hung herself in room 209 long ago and often haunts that room. And she often stands by the fireplace in the room across from that known as the Washington room. Also, someone killed a woman in room 315 on the third floor long ago.

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