Historic Hannah House

Indiana isn’t often the first state that comes to mind when thinking about haunted places in America. However, it is home to one of the

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Heaven’s Gate Mass Suicide Site

Rancho Santa Fe, a suburb of San Diego and one of the most expensive places in the country, is picturesque, strewn with golf courses, luxury

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The Alaskan Hotel

The Alaskan Hotel, known colloquially as The Alaskan, was built just one year after the state became a territory. This is the oldest operating hotel

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Myrtles Plantation

Myrtles Plantation is a historic home and former antebellum plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana. It was built in 1796 by General David Bradford. The plantation

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Hotel Monte Vista

The Hotel Monte Vista is a famous and historic hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona. Built in 1927, it remains the centerpiece of the historic downtown district.

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The Iroquois Theater/Death Alley

  The Iroquois Theater was located at 24 West Randolph Street, a central location in the already-bustling city. The theater had a capacity of 1,602

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The Stanley Hotel

The Stanley Hotel is, perhaps, the most recognized hotel in the United States. The 142-room Colonial Revival building is located in Estes Park, Colorado–around five

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Fort Mifflin

Commissioned in 1771, Fort Mifflin is one of America’s last remaining relics of the Revolutionary War. Also known as Mud Island Fort, it is located

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The Untold Story of Milleridge

The Milleridge Inn, Cottage, and Shops are a treasured piece of Long Island history. A sought-after destination for wedding receptions, romantic weekends, and historical tours,

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Introducing Thousand Ridge Haunts!

We’re biased, but the history of America’s Northeast is beautiful, intriguing, and littered with these untold stories—some of them mysterious, others downright haunting. Thousand Ridge

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