These Are 10 Of The Most Haunted Buildings In The World

SlappedHamPublished: October 8, 2017Updated: October 9, 201787 views
Published: October 8, 2017Updated: October 9, 2017

These are the most haunted buildings in the world. From the spirit of an accused witch to the daughter of a lighthouse keeper whose ghost is still seen today, we take a look at the 10 most haunted buildings around the world.

We start with the Sagamore Hotel. Built on Lake George in the state of New York is reported to be the most haunted hotels in the United States. Built in the 1800s, it has many eerie stories attached.

The area surrounding the Fort William Henry Museum has seen many battles, a huge massacre, disease and intense weather, which some think is the perfect breeding ground for ghosts. Many tour guides that run regular ghost walks around the property all agree that spirits definitely remain in the area, though definitely peaceful.

The North Head Quarantine Station in Sydney, Australia was used as a place to keep sick people in quarantine. A girl in a pink dress is the most famous ghost of the location, said to appear quite solid and can touch objects.

The Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast is notorious for the 1892 axe murders of her father and stepmother while they slept. Nowadays, you can stay at the Borden home and even sleep in the room where her step mother’s body was found.

The Masonic Temple in Detroit was built in 1912 by businessman George D. Mason. The hotel has over one thousand rooms, secret passageways and staircases and many ghost sightings have been reported, including several sightings of George himself.

Number 5 is a cult classic, while the rest on the list are truly creepy! Keep watching to get your fill of the most haunted buildings!

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