Tourists risk to make here a “heart attack”.
Urban legends from generation to generation pass on scary stories that are supposedly based on real events that occurred sometime in the past. These creepy stories will make your hair stand on end and chills will pass through the spine. Indulge your curiosity and explore some of the most terrifying places in America.
One of the scariest Ghost towns is Bannack. Abandoned by its inhabitants and forgotten in time, this town is full of tragic stories, hidden inside a dilapidated, old building walls.
With the discovery of gold in 1862, Bannana hope to become a prosperous city. Soon, however, things went horribly wrong. Sheriff, Henry Plummer, was a known felon and gang leader accused in more than a hundred murders.
Cut off from the rest of the world, with the only road in the town of Montana, Bannana residents fled their homes in the 1970-ies. Today, travelers can visit this Ghost town and explore abandoned buildings as a reminder of a dark place in American history.
Estes Park, Colorado
Located deep in the mountains of Northern Colorado, town of Estes Park is known as the gateway to the national Park of rocky mountain. But among the Alpine attractions it can boast of the place that attracts scary stories — legendary Stanley hotel.
Best known for his role in the Stephen king book “the Shining” since its opening in 1909, and today is considered one of the most haunted hotels in America.
After spending the night in a luxurious manor, guests to meet, both living and dead, including the spirit of Flora Stanley, the late wife of the first owner of the hotel. Supposedly, if you listen carefully, at night you can sometimes hear her playing the piano.
Charleston, South Carolina
Charleston is one of the most beautiful cities of America, located in a historic area with colorful houses and power-like palm trees on the waterfront. But look carefully and you will see the dark side of this popular destination.
The notorious old city jail, which housed many of the most dangerous criminals – including America’s first female serial killer, Lavinia Fisher. A few blocks of the cemetery-Saint Philip where they say at night there is a Ghost of sue Howard, a woman who tragically died after childbirth in 1888. Legend has it that in 1987, a local photographer took a picture of the Ghost of Howard roaming the cemetery.
The Salem trials of witches was one of the deadliest witch hunts in American history. From 1692 to 1693 the years many residents of Salem were accused of witchcraft and 19 were executed by hanging in the hills of Gallo, where, they say, are haunted.
Another notable landmark is the family home of Gables, built in 1668, sea captain John Turner, in which, as they say, there is a secret room where he could hide his sister from zealous witch hunters, who often frequented a nearby tavern. Today the house is open to visitors.
Thanks to Spanish moss that clings to trees throughout Savannah, this city looks scary. Looking for ghosts of the Old hospital Candler will bring visitors to the infamous tunnel of the morgue, which leads from the hospital in a nearby Park. When-that here were brought the bodies of the victims who died of the epidemic of yellow fever.
Great Seattle fire in 1889 destroyed much of the city, and when I had to rebuild the city, it’s just made on top of the ruins. But all that is lost is not forgotten.
The underground tunnels have become dens for criminals, prostitutes and drug addicts. The city will soon have condemned members of the underground community and shut down the tunnels. It was only decades later in the 1960-ies, the tunnels are open again for tourism.
Sleepy Hollow, New York
It’s a quiet town about an hour’s drive North of new York city is the place for a Ghost rider from the legend of Sleepy hollow by Washington Irving.
Given the ominous appeal, it is no wonder that the city comes alive during late autumn. In celebration of Halloween, the city is flooded with paraphernalia and Souvenirs of the horrific rider.
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