Halloween has always been synonymous with ghosts, ghouls and anything supernatural.
With that, Google Maps have come up with a list of the locations of the 31 Most Haunted Places in the United States of America.
The places where supernatural occurrences happen range from cemeteries to houses.
And would you believe that one of those places is the White House? Yes. Go and check the list for yourself.
Notable Haunted Places
Mashable has come up with a list of the five most notable haunted places, but we’re mentioning three of those haunted places. They are:
- The White House
Past occupants of the official residence of the President of the United States (POTUS), including staff members and visitors have reported seeing ghosts,
(Read: Ghosts In The White House)
The History channel 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue (the address of the White House) is the most famous haunted house in America.
Ghosts of former Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Harry Truman, and Andrew Jackson and of former First Lady Abigail Adams reportedly linger in The White House.
- Stanley Hotel
It is a known fact that the Stanley Hotel in Colorado inspired the Stephen King novel “The Shining” (which was made into a movie starring Jack Nicholson).
Participants of tours of the hotel have seen ghosts of past guests (young and old) and employees.
The hotel is still open for business.
- The Villisca Ax Murder House
Located in the city of Villisca, Iowa, the house was the scene of the grisly murder of a family and two overnight guests.
The murderer, who used an ax, was never identified and found.
Reports say the hair-raising whispers of the children who were killed can be heard inside the house.
Google shows you the location of those haunted places, so it’s up to you if you want to pass by to bravely check them out.