7 Haunted Places With Real Ghost Stories IN US, UK

By Paul Fogarty

January 13, 2024

Have you ever wondered if ghosts are real? Some people believe that spirits of the dead can linger in places where they lived or died.

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We're going on a tour of 6 haunted places with real ghost stories that will send shivers down your spine!

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The Tower of London has been a royal palace, a prison, and a place of execution for centuries. Many famous figures, like Anne Boleyn and Henry VI, were beheaded within its walls. 

The Tower of London, England, UK

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Sarah Winchester, the widow of gun magnate William Winchester, believed her house was haunted by the spirits of people killed by Winchester rifles.

Winchester Mystery House, California, United States

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Guests have reported seeing apparitions of the hotel's founder, F.O. Stanley, and his wife. Some even hear music coming from empty ballrooms in the hallways.

 The Stanley Hotel, Colorado, USA

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Edinburgh Castle has been a seat of power for centuries and is said to be haunted by several ghosts. The most famous ghost is the Piper Boy, a young drummer who disappeared from the castle in the 17th century.

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, United Kingdom

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The Myrtles Plantation is known as one of the most haunted places in America. The ghost of a slave girl named Chloe is said to haunt the house, appearing in mirrors and moving objects.

 The Myrtles Plantation, Louisiana, USA

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This beautiful cemetery is also rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a young girl named Gracie Watson. Visitors have seen her statue move and heard her laughter echoing through the graveyard.

Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia, USA

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Even the White House is said to have its own resident ghosts! Some of the most famous White House ghosts include Abraham Lincoln, who is said to wander the halls, and Abigail Adams, who is said to hang her laundry in the attic.

The White House, Washington D.C., USA

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