Haunted History of Douglas’ Gadsden Hotel

The historic Gadsden Hotel has long been the site of countless paranormal activities. Opened in 1907, the 160-room hotel was built as a lodge for cattlemen and ranchers working in Gadsden Purchase

Ghosts of Mackay Mansion Museum

Apart from being one of Virginia City’s most iconic home, the historic mansion also holds the reputation for being the city’s most haunted home. Over the years, Mackay Mansion has attracted numerous paranormal investigators and thrill seekers who are looking for a chance encounter with the supernatural.

Interesting Facts about Betsy Ross House

The Betsy Ross House is a historical landmark famed for being the place where flag-maker Betsy Ross sewed the country’s first American Flag. The historic residence is also colloquially referred to as the “Birthplace of the Old Glory,” where “Old Glory” is the nickname for the flag of the United States.

Hauntings at Chicago’s Drake Hotel

Drake Hotel, along with Congress Plaza Hotel, are widely known to be two of Chicago’s most haunted hotels. Drake Hotel in particular, is said to be haunted by two female apparitions who passed away tragically in the building.

Haunted Rooms of Farnsworth House Inn

Several rooms in Farnsworth House Inn are known to be haunted by former residents of the property. The most active room in the entire property is said to a bedroom located on the second floor. Nicknamed “Sara Black Room”, spirits are known to manifest as physical forms in the room.

Ghost Adventures at the McRaven House

During the investigation, Zak Bagans and his team of co-hosts explored the grounds of McRaven Mansion and reported several paranormal happenings. This include frequent malfunction of the team’s equipment, unexplainable noises in the property, and the disembodied voices of multiple females. Several members of the Ghost Adventures production crew have also reported unexplainable pains and numbness in their limbs.

Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast

Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast first opened in 1995 by volunteers Mike and Carol Korgan. As former restaurant owners and restoration experts, Mike and Carol conducted a restoration of the living quarters’ interiors to ensure that it stays authentic yet modern. Today, the bed & breakfast is run by Mike and Carol’s daughter Michelle and the property’s manager Misty Anderson.