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Real Haunts in Pennsylvania- Paranormal PA

Did you know Pennsylvania is home to dozens of REAL Haunted Places? From haunted roadways and buildings where the dearly departed still lurk among us, to burial grounds and sacred places that are haunted by spirits who seemingly want to stay in this world, Pennsylvania has some truly eerie landmarks and historical sites that are hot spots for paranormal activity. Pennsylvania's Real Haunts are home to ghosts and spirits year-round - they're not your average Halloween Haunt. Find out all about Pennsylvania's Haunted History, and learn all about haunted places across the state that are plagued with REAL ghosts, ghouls, apparitions, and things that go bump in the night!
 
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  •   Richmond Hotel Bangor, PA
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    This historic building houses a restaurant that is believed to be haunted. Witnesses at the restaurant have reported seeing orbs and have heard the voice of a young girl coming from the kitchen. There have also been reports of people having their backs touched by unseen hands and doors that open and close on their own. Read More

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  •   Cashtown Inn Cashtown-McKnightstown, PA
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    This inn dates back to 1797. It's name originates from the original innkeeper, Peter Marck, who would only accept cash as payment from customers. Many say the inn is haunted by ghost from the nearby Gettysburg battle site. Paranormal experiences have included doors closing and slamming on their own. The inn has since had structural renovations completed on the first floor and serves... Read More

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    Merion Hall at Bryn Mawr College is believed to be haunted by Lillian Vickers, who passed away in 1901. According to stories, Lillian was happy and popular before she died, distraught over the fact that she had leprosy. In some versions of the story, she jumped out of a third floor window to her death after accidentally setting herself on fire while trying to treat herself with... Read More

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  •   Sun Inn Bethlehem, PA
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    This historic inn dates back to 1758 and is rumored to be haunted by a nurse, Elizabeth Moore, who died here in 1897. Electronic voice phenomena and apparitions have been discovered here. Read More

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  • Sachs Covered Bridge near Gettysburg, PA
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    Built in 1854, the Sachs Covered Bridge, also known as Sauck's Bridge, spans over the 100 feet long Marsh Creek. Locals report haunting experiences can be found here like a strange fog that would gather quickly and the appearance of ghostly figure in battle would appear. There has also been images of orbs in photos taken of the bridge. The bridge was added to the National Register... Read More

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  • Hotel Conneaut Conneaut Lake, PA
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    Established in 1903, the hotel set along a beautiful lakeside is believed to be haunted by several ghosts. There's the ghost of a bride who reportedly died in a fire, a young boy who died falling down stairs, and the mad butcher who was dismembered in the kitchen. Room 321 is particularly haunted with that of a doomed bride. Read More

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  •   C. Stouch Tavern Womelsdorf, PA
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    This tavern dates back to the 1700's and was restored after being destroyed by two fires. The building was named after its original owner, Conrad Stouch and George Washington has even spent the night here. Ghostly reports here include a girl and a phantom carriage, as well as footsteps, doors that unlatch and open by themselves, faucets that work on their own, and much more. One of the... Read More

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    Frank is the ghost that is known to reside at this museum and he has been seen in various spots in the building. Other spirits have been noted here as well, and witnesses have reported gift shop items being removed from the shelves and set on the floor. Big Band music has also been heard playing lightly. Read More

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  •   Cliveden - Benjamin Chew House Philadelphia, PA
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    This historic mansion in Germantown has seen some of the bloodiest battles in history. This was the grounds of the Battle of Germantown that took place in 1777 where many were killed. The home was built from 1763 to 1767 for Benjamin Chew. The Chew family continued to live in the home for several generations, until 1972. It is now said to be haunted with several spirits. Considering... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Houses | Real Haunted Army Posts / Battle Grounds

  •   Hag of Pine Street Philadelphia, PA
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    Stories say the Hag of Pine Street was an elderly woman who died at her home, which is located between 6th & 7th streets. Her spirit has been spotted in the area, glaring out of the window of her former home. She also is said to yell and brandish her cane at the younger generation. Read More

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  •   Century Inn Scenery Hill, PA
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    This historic bed and breakfast inn dates back to 1794. It's the oldest inn to continue operations on the National Road and has hosted famous visitors like Andrew Jackson, the Marquis de LaFayette, Henry Clay, James K. Polk and Mexican General Santa Anna. The stone inn can accomodate up to 23 overnight guests with its 20 rooms. A stay here may not be your ordinary stay at an inn... Read More

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  •   Selma Mansion Norristown, PA
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    This Federal-style mansion dates back to 1794 and is believed to be haunted by members of the various families who onced resided and died here. There have been reports of eerie sounds, disembodied voices and various poltergeist-type activities. A Pennsylvania state historical marker, authorized by the state's Historical and Museum Commission, stands on site today. Read More

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    This house was built in 1740 and served as the residence for Lydia Powell and her husband. In the 1940's it became an inn/restaurant. Some say Lydia Powell did not want to leave the property and was forced to sell it. She also engaged in poltergeist activity. Many believe she continues to haunt the property. Some have reported seeing the chandeliers move, sightings of apparitions in the... Read More

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  •   3406 Brownsville Road Pittsburgh, PA
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    This home on Brownsville Road is also known as "The Demon of Brownsville Road," in the book by Bob Cranmer. Many believe the home is haunted by a demon, hence its nickname, and according to Cranmer, the demon manifested in more ways than one. It appeared as a black fog, a bad smell, or an unseen attacker. The author also described blood-dripping walls, destroyed rosaries and bent... Read More

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  •   Slaughter Pen Gettysburg, PA
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    This area, known as Slaughter Pen is just East of Devil's Den and is said to be haunted by a ghostly young girl who wears a white dress. Read More

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  • Pennhurst State School Spring City, PA
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    As a live-in facility for people with mental and physical disabilities, this complex was built in 1908. Over 10,000 patients passed the school's doors as it served as an asylum, but unfortunately mistreatment and abuse was common as staff were overworked and funding was limited. Patients were also reportedly isolated for long periods, so long as to cause them to injure themselves to get... Read More

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  •   Buck Hotel and Tavern Jonestown, PA
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    This historic hotel dates back to 1804 and is believed to be haunted by a number of spirits. One is a little girl who often appears wandering the halls, another is that of an elderly man who enjoys messing with the electricity and water. There's also a ghost who takes objects and moves them around. Read More

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  •   Dixmont State Hospital Dixmont, PA
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    Opened in 1862, the hospital once was called the "Department of the Insane in the Western Pennsylvania Hospital of Pittsburgh." It was closed in 1984 and demolished in 2006. The hospital was a general hospital that treated all types of illnesses, including the insane. Before it was demolished, it stood empty for 15 years and its administration building was destroyed by a fire. It is... Read More

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  •   Hill-Physick-Keith House Philadelphia, PA
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    This home was built in 1786 and served as the home of Philip Syng Physick, aka the “Father of American Surgery.” Dr. Physick lived in the home with his wife Elizabeth Emlen Physick until they separated in 1815. Dr. Physick continued living there alone until his death in 1837. Today the home is a museum, but it is said to be haunted by the wife he separated from. Witnesses can account... Read More

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  •   The Lightner Farmhouse Gettysburg, PA
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    This farmhouse was built during the Civil War and was once believed to be used as a war hospital. Ghosts have been spotted around the area, reliving the war. Read More

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  •   Keith House Horsham, PA
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    The Keith House is also known as Graeme Park and dates back to the 1700's.There are several ghosts that are said to reside here, including Elizabeth "Maggie" Graeme, a ghost who may be her husband, and a servant without a head. Read More

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  •   Tannersville Inn Tannersville, PA
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    Stories say that many years ago, a man in his 30's or 40's was killed behind the building in a hit-and-run accident. His spirit has been spotted in one of the rooms upstairs, often sitting on the sofa or lying on the bed. Read More

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    This building dates back to the 1800's and is said to be haunted by a ghost called George. George's ghost is known to tinker with the lights, move dishes around, and even use the bathroom! He is said to latch the stall door and flush the toilet. Some have also seen his apparition. Read More

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  •   Moravian College Bethlehem, PA
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    This college dates back to the 1700's and was a girls' seminary and hospital in the 1800's. The place is rumored to be haunted by a ghostly nurse and a bandage patient who like to wander the halls. Other buildings on campus are believed to have ghosts as well. At Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority House, once an estate house in which the maid Alicia became pregnant by the owner. When he found out... Read More

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    This inn was named after Josiah Wedgewood (of the china) and was built in 1878. It is believed to be haunted by the ghosts of a young girl named Sarah and Joseph Pickett. George Washington and his men once camped out on this land during the American Revolution, just before his famous crossing to Delaware. Read More

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  •   Hag of Pine Street Philadelphia, PA
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    It is said that an elderly woman who died in her home on Pine Street continues to haunt the streets of Society Hill. Accounts include seeing her look out her home window as well as seeing her yelling and swiping her cane at young people. Others claim to have heard screams and groaning coming from the house. The home remained vacant for many years as result of the haunting claims. Read More

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  •   Bechtel Mansion Inn East Berlin, PA
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    This inn dates back to 1897 and is rumored to be haunted by a ghost named Flossie, who is said to have died in the house in the 1920's. Other reports here include eerie sounds, residual smells and objects disappearing inside the mansion. Flossie's ghost can be seen on the turret's balcony. Read More

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  • USS Olympia Philadelphia, PA
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    The USS Olympia was a cruiser in operation from 1895 until 1922 for the Navy. It is now held at the Independence Seaport Museum, but its violent past as a warship leaves many to believe it is haunted. Witnesses have reported seeing shadowy forms and apparitions, and hearing unexplained voices. The USS Olympia remains as the oldest steel warship afloat in the world. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Army Posts / Battle Grounds | Real Haunted Museums

  •   King George II Inn Bristol, PA
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    This place is said to be the oldest operating inn in America. Dating back to 1681, it was known as the Ferry House owned by Samuel Clift who operated the ferry service from Bristol to NJ. It served as a small hotel. In 1735 it was sold and expanded to be larger in scale and was renamed to what it is known today. Those who have stayed here have reported seeing the apparition of a man... Read More

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  •   The Inn at St. Peter's Village St. Peters, PA
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    This establishment dates back to 1881 and was originally built as the Excursion House. It became the inn in 2005 and is rumored to have been a place where foxes were raised in the basement to supply the local huntsmen. There are several spirits that are said to linger here, one is a ghostly infant who has been heard crying and the apparitions of an elderly man bending over can be seen... Read More

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  •   Phillips' Ranger Monument Northwest of Saxton, PA
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    During the Revolutionary War a battle occurred on these grounds. It was the Iroquois who fought on behalf of the British. The rangers were outnumbered by the natives and eventually surrendered. Many of the rangers were tortured and then slaughtered while tied to trees. Many say their spirits continue to exist here, and they make there presence known especially on the anniversary of... Read More

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  •   Henryville House Henryville, PA
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    A beautiful hotel once stood on this site and was well known as a haunted house when it sat unused for years. It has been reported that at least 9 different ghosts resided there, including 5 women, 3 men and a child. The spirits were said to be quite friendly and are believed to be gone now that the building has been torn down. It is also believed that there is a Native American burial... Read More

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  •   Cornerstone Bed and Breakfast Philadelphia, PA
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    This 1865 bed and breakfast is said to be haunted by a female apparition who brings the scent of her perfume with her. She is known to softly caress people's foreheads. Read More

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    This resort goes back to the 1800s. It is located near eight mineral springs and has much historic value. The resort has also hosted several U.S. presidents. Many say its haunted because pictures taken at the resort would show up with oddities. Read More

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    This church is rumored to be haunted by a ghostly child who has been seen through the windows. Many believe the spirit lingers here because the cemetery that was once on the site of the church was moved across the road. Read More

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  •   Cedar Crest College Allentown, PA
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    This women's Christian college was founded in 1867 and is believed to be haunted by a student named Wanda who was pregnant when she hanged herself in 1956. The tragedy took place in a stairwell of Butz Hall. She is said to manifest as a young woman or little girl wandering the halls, or in reflective surfaces. Read More

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  •   Little Round Top Gettysburg, PA
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    This site is rumored to be haunted by deceased soldiers. Stories say that some Civil War re-enactors were working on the film "Gettysburg" on the site and were approached by a Union soldier. The workers assumed he was an extra working on the film with them. The Union soldier handed the men ammunition for their guns, which they assumed to be blanks. It was later determined that the man... Read More

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  •   Lebanon Valley College Annville, PA
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    At this college, the Mary Capp Green residence hall is known to be haunted. A young ghostly girl is said to reside here and has been heard giggling and bouncing a ball around. Read More

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  •   Logan Inn New Hope, PA
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    It's one of the oldest inns in America, established in 1727. At the time, it was known as Ferry Tavern. Its original owner was John Wells who ran a ferry to and from NJ across the river. It was also a place where George Washington and his troops stayed during the Revolutionary War. Several ghost continue to haunt the property including soldiers who died here, children who were run over... Read More

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  • Brinton Lodge Douglassville, PA
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    This haunted house was built in the early 18th century. It originated as a one-bedroom tavern that later turned into a summer house, gentlemen's club, and more recently as a bar and restaurant. Now standing as a house museum, the property is recognized as one of the top haunt sites in PA. It is said to have at least five spirits who roam the winding hallways, twisting staircases, and... Read More

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  •   Fairfield Inn Fairfield, PA
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    As one of America's most oldest inn's established in 1757, it continues in operation today as a small luxury hotel. The property was originally the Mansion House of Squire Miller, an original founder of the town. At one point it also served as the grounds for a hospital after battle so Civil War era soldiers were treated here. Many claim the hotel is haunted by several spirits. There's... Read More

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  •   General Wayne Inn Merion Station, PA
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    This inn dates back to 1704 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The building, which was named for General "Mad" Anthony Wayne, is said to be haunted by a number of spirits. Witnesses have reported seeing spirits of a Hessian soldier, a British officer in search of a locket, and that of Edgar Allan Poe, who stayed at the inn frequently. Poltergeist activity and... Read More

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  •   The Accomac Inn York, PA
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    It started out as the Colye family home in the 1800s. Legend has it that young Johnny Colye had feelings for the family's hired girl, but the feelings were not mutual. Colye ended up killing the girl in the barn and was later arrested and hanged for the crime. Both their graves are believed to exist onsite and their spirits continue to live on haunting the property. There are those who... Read More

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    This historic home, also known as the Bolton Mansion, consits of four connected structures that were built between 1687 and 1790. It currently operates as a museum and is believed to be haunted. The home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Read More

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  •   Albertus L. Meyers Bridge Allentown, PA
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    This concrete arch bridge also known as the Eighth Street Bridge was built in 1913. It runs over the Little Lehigh Creek and was known as the world's longest and highest concrete bridge at the time. In the course of its existence, there have been as many as 80 suicides committed on it over the course of a hundred years - many of which are well-documented. There are claims by people that... Read More

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  • Hill View Manor New Castle, PA
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    At one time this historic manor was a home for the insane. It began operation in 1926 and countless suicides have been committed here until it closed its doors in 2004. People claim spirits continue to exist here. There's the spirit of a little boy, and it is said to be responsible for people passing shortly after they see him. There are others who claim to have experienced full-body... Read More

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  •   Tillie Pierce House Inn Gettysburg, PA
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    Named after Matilda J. "Tillie" Pierce, the inn is reportedly haunted by several ghosts. Tillie lived at the inn during the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. She watched the Union army come through the town, she provided soldiers with food and water, she even assisted nurses and doctors caring for wounded soldiers. Her account of the historic event is documented in a book she wrote called... Read More

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  •   Allen's Lane Philadelphia, PA
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    The story behind this haunt is a Revoltionary War soldier lost his head in battle. Now during fogging and dreary nights one may get a sighting of his ghost -- a headless horseman riding through while carrying his noggin. Read More

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  •   Fort Mifflin Philadelphia, PA
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    Also known previously as Fort Island Battery and Mud Island Fort, the area sits on Mud Island and served as a fort during the American Revolutionary War. It is believed to be haunted by Colonial soldiers. Numerous sightings have occurred including that of soldiers cleaning their guns and other sightings of soldiers. There's also reports of having heard sounds reflective of that... Read More

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  • Riverside Inn Cambridge Springs, PA
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    This inn dates back to the 1880s. Spirits are said to exist here with some liking to crawl into bed with guests. Other haunting experiences reported include doors opening and closing without explanation and the site of ghost dancing in the ballroom. Read More

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  •   Baleroy Mansion Chestnut Hill, PA
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    Built in 1911, the stone house is said to be the most haunted house in America with many well-documented accounts of haunted events. Haunting incidences include lights going on and off on their own as well as other events involving electricity like the alarm system activating and calling in the police. One of the most haunting aspects about the house is in the Blue Room where a blue... Read More

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    The Pen Ryn Estate has history and has been visited by historic figures like Benjamin Franklin, Francis Hopkinson (signer of the Declaration of Independence), and Benjamin West (famous colonial portrait painter). It was a place for people to find tranquility away from the hustle of the city. Many believe the property remains haunted by the ghost of Robert Bickley and a female spirit who... Read More

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  •   The Hotel Hershey Hershey, PA
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    This hotel dates back to the 1930's and is believed to be haunted by the chocolate mogul Mr. Hershey himself. His apparition has been seen and doors are known to open and close on their own. Footsteps have also been heard in the wine cellar, along with other unexplained sounds all throughout the building. Read More

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  •   Villanova University Villanova, PA
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    This university dates back to the early 1960's and features a gothic-style St. Mary's Hall that is rumored to be haunted. The hall is said to be haunted by a ghostly light that has been seen and heard playing the organ, splashes that come from the empty pool and electrical anomalies in various rooms. Legend says the ghost is a pregnant nun who had an affair with a priest and committed... Read More

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  •   Union Canal House Hershey, PA
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    This restaurant was established in the 18th Century and is rumored to be one of the oldest building in town. People have reported feeling like they've been touched by an unseen hand at the bar and objects have been known to move around on their own. A ghost whose name may be Rebecca is said to haunt Room #104. Read More

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  • Harrisburg State Hospital Harrisburg, PA
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    Opened in 1851, the hospital was originally known as Pennsylvania State Lunatic Hospital and operated under that name until 1937. Reports indicate it was a site of violent poltergeist activity. The hospital closed in 2006 when downsizing took place for Pennsylvania's public mental health system. The property is now used a general office space by a variety of state agencies. Reports... Read More

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  •   Thornbury Farm West Chester, PA
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    Thornbury Farm is the site where the final engagement of the Battle of Brandywine occurred. During the battle, there were so many Americans shot and bayoneted that it was said the blood flowed over two miles to the Brandywine. In addition to there being ghosts of those who may have battled here, the most famous ghost here is that of a little girl who could be heard crying in one of the... Read More

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    “A penny saved is twopence dear" - that's what Benjamin Franklin once said and what appears at his grave site today where visitors would leave pennies. Some report of the grave site being haunted because there have been accounts of pennies left being thrown back at visitors. It's unclear whether it's the spirit of Benjamin Franklin flinging the pennies back or that of another spirit. Read More

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  •   Harmony Inn Harmony, PA
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    This restaurant is rumored to be haunted by two ghosts, one named Louie and another is the apparition of a woman. Louie had allegedly been killed in front of the inn and the ghostly woman has been seen near the entranceway, between the dining room and bar. Read More

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  •   Aaron Burr House New Hope, PA
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    This inn was named after Vice President Aaron Burr because some of his dear friends lived in the original home that once stood on the site. Burr's ghost has been seen several times, usually on the second floor and its staircase. He likes to tug on guests' clothing, the ones he likes, as if trying to get them not to leave the inn. Read More

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  •   Farnsworth House Inn Gettysburg, PA
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    The original part of this house was built in 1810. It was a house of shelter for the Confederate sharpshooters. At the time of the three-day conflict a civilian - a little girl - died during battle after she was accidentally shot. After battle, the house served as a hospital. Today the property is believed to be haunted by dozens of ghost, including that of a nurse named Mary. The... Read More

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  •   Grumblethorpe Germantown, PA
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    The property was built in 1744 and served as a summer residence for merchant and wine importer John Wister. During the Battle of Germantown, British General James Agnew occupied the house as his headquarters in September of 1777. General Agnew ended up wounded and died in the front parlor. Today people say his spirit haunts the place as the blood stain from his wound continues to be... Read More

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  •   City Tavern Philadelphia, PA
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    Established in 1773, the property was a popular meeting place for the founding fathers of our country, but it faced a fire in 1834 and was eventually tore down in 1854. The tavern was rebuilt for the 1976 bicentennial celebration and it was done so true to its original design that many say even the spirits that were formerly there continue to thrive there today. Spirits known to... Read More

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  •   Black Horse Inn Flourtown, PA
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    This Federal-style building dates back to the 1700's and is believed to be haunted. The inn was once a common rest stop for George Washington and his men while they were en route to Valley Forge. Reports here include footsteps, cold temperatures, unexplained voices and photos that have picked up orbs. A ghostly little girl and male apparition are known to linger here as well. The inn... Read More

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  •   Jennie Wade House Gettysburg, PA
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    The Jennie Wade House is now a tourist attraction that sports a bullet hole in one of its doors, where Jennie Wade herself was shot by a stray bullet that entered her home during the Battle of Gettysburg. Stories say that women who put their finger through the hole will soon be proposed marriage, a gift from Jennie herself, who was killed before she had the chance to get married. Read More

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  •   Mishler Theatre Altoona, PA
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    This historic theater opened in 1906. It was designed for Isaac Charles (Doc) Mishler who owned and managed the Eleventh Avenue Opera House. The theater had gone through a disasterous fire, but was rebuilt, and continued to flourish until the 1920's. The building continues to remain in operation today, but it is home to several ghost, including that of Mr. Mishler, a howling dog, and a... Read More

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  • The Inn At Jim Thorpe Jim Thorpe, PA
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    This inn dates back to 1833 and is believed to be haunted. Witnesses have reported seeing shadows and orbs in photos, and even in their beds. Other eerie reports here include objects that move on their own, TV's that operate by themselves, and in some cases, guests have woken up to find the chairs in their room have been turned upside-down while they were sleeping. Several famous people... Read More

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  •   Ship Inn Exton, PA
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    This seafood and steak restaurant is housed inside a building that dates back to 1796, and is rumored to be haunted. The ghost that is said to linger the place is believed to be from the 1700's as well, but his identity and story are unknown. Read More

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  •   The Devil's Elbow Altoona, PA
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    Along Wopsy Road, there is a dangerous curve that is called "The Devil's Elbow." The area is rumored to be haunted by a ghostly white lady that was believed to be a new bride on her honeymoon at the Wopsononock Hotel, which burned down long ago. The ghostly bride has been seen wandering along the road with a candle, possibly in search of her husband, whose body was never found after... Read More

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  •   General Warren Inne Malvern, PA
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    This inn is housed inside of a building that has been around since the days of the Revolutinary War. Many believe the grounds are haunted by soldiers who died in battle. Once owned by loyalists during the War, at least one colonial was plotted and tortured here in order to extract information. Read More

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  •   Red Rose Inn West Grove, PA
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    This inn dates back to the 1700's and is currently closed and up for sale. Although it is not open, many believe the ghosts still linger. Locals tell the story of a murder suspect, Indian Joe, who was hanged in front of the inn and buried on the grounds. It was said that he killed a young girl named Emily, but after his execution, he was found innocent of the crime. Both the apparitions... Read More

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    Witnesses have reported a number of haunted happenings at this inn. Reports include furniture that moves on its own, the organ that plays music late at night, and the apparition of a girl wearing 1800's-style clothing. The ghostly girl was acknowledged by a guest one time, and she turned and vanished from the room into the hallway through a closed door. Visitors have reported "bumping"... Read More

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  •   Yellow House Hotel Douglassville, PA
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    A woman's apparition has been spotted by many witnesses at this hotel. Stories say she committed suicide in one of the rooms. Read More

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  •   Haldeman Mansion Bainbridge, PA
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    This mansion dates back to the 1740's and was purchased by John Haldeman in 1812, who enlarged the home. His son, Samuel Steman Haldeman, was a renowned scientist honored by Charles Darwin for his contribution to the famous book "The Origin of the Species" and by Daniel Webster for his help on the dictionary. Paranormal investigators have reported collecting several EVP recording from... Read More

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  •   Carlisle Barracks Carlisle, PA
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    Carlisle Barracks is a United States Army facility that was attended by Dwight D. Eisenhower and John J. Pershing. It originally began as a post back in the 1700's and it is said that the area is haunted by ghostly band music, tunes from around the turn of the century. It is also believed to be haunted by Jim Thorpe, the school's star athlete who has been heard playing basketball in the... Read More

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    St. Peter's Episcopal Church opened for worship in 1761. The cemetery beside the church is where an apparition has reportedly been consistently seen, particularly at 9 p.m. The apparition would stand over 5 unmarked graves, each of a Native American chief. The church continues to remain active with service on Sunday's. Read More

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    Stemie's Place was once called the Black Horse Inn and it dates back to 1773. Stories say a mobster was shot in the hall near the bathrooms in the early 1920's and that after a fall down the stairs, he hit his head and died at the bottom. His spirit is said to linger the establishment to this day. Read More

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    The White Palm Tavern was once known as the Topton House Pub and dates back to around 1860. The building is rumored to be haunted by a number of ghosts, one of the most known being a ghostly girl named Emma. The young girl has been spotted in the dining room playing and has been mistaken for a live child, until visitors are told there are no children in the building. Emma has also been... Read More

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  •   The Montrose House Montrose, PA
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    The original building that once stood here operated as a jail, funeral home, and then a schoolhouse. It burned down in the 1920's and the building that stands today was completed in 1926. It is said to be haunted by a ghostly little boy who has been spotted in the halls and enjoys playing tricks, room #5 is his favorite. He is known to knock on doors in the middle of the night before... Read More

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  •   Old Jail Museum Jim Thorpe, PA
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    Stories say that the Old Jail Museum sports a bloody handprint on one of its walls. It is said to keep coming back even after it has been painted over. The historic location now operates as a museum and ghost tours are offered. Old Jail Museum was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Read More

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  •   Triangular Field Gettysburg, PA
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    Those that have visited this area have reported hearing harrowing sounds of battle, although nothing seems to be happening on the field. It has also been said that cameras fail to work while at the site. Read More

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  •   1217 Marion Street Dunmore, PA
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    This 1901 Victorian house is said to be "slightly haunted," according to prior owners. When it went up for sale in 2014 that is also how it was advertised. The owners have claimed hearing unexplanable foosteps, strange knocking, the sound of a scream in the middle of the night, and a ghostly face that would appear in the bathroom mirrror. Read More

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  •   The Gettysburg Hotel Gettysburg, PA
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    Located in the heart of historic Gettysburg, this hotel dates back to 1797 and is rumored to be haunted by a ghost named Rachel, among other spirits. Rachel is believed to be the ghost of a Civil War nurse who seems to be in search of soldiers to help. Witnesses say she has opened drawers and removed clothing from them. A wounded soldier and a ghostly woman who has been spotted dancing... Read More

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  • The Railroad House Inn Marietta, PA
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    This inn dates back to the 1820's and is rumored to be haunted by the men who once worked nearby, along with some other spirits who are said to reside here. A young ghostly girl with blonde hair has been spotted wearing Victorian-style clothing. She is known to enjoy playing games. Witnesses have reported seeing objects move by themselves in the kitchen or have found utensils all over... Read More

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  • Eastern State Penitentiary Philadelphia, PA
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    Also known as ESP, this former American prison was in operation from 1829 to 1971. It held notorious criminals like bank robber Willie Sutton and Al Capone. Today it is said to be haunted by those who once stayed here. Ghost include that of James Clark who died under orders of Capone in the Saint Valentine's Day massacre and guards who worked the Guard Tower. Of all haunts at this... Read More

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    This library was founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1896 and was built with a music hall and an athletic center with a heated swimming pool. It's rumored to be haunted by apparitions of steel workers, who have been spotted by witnesses, along with shadowy figures and unexplained female and male voices. Books are also known to fly off the shelves on their own. Read More

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  •   Black Bass Hotel Lumberville, PA
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    This historic inn dates back to 1745 and it has been said that George Washington was once turned away by the loyal innkeeper. Therefore, this hotel proudly states "George Washington did NOT sleep here!" Inside the tavern, a ghostly pool of blood has appeared on the floor, a remnant from the time when early innkeeper Old Hans was stabbed to death in the middle of a brawl. A ghostly lady... Read More

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    At this bed and breakfast, there have been multiple spottings of ghosts in various rooms. There are unexplained noises at night and doors are said to open on their own. Read More

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  • Grand Midway Hotel Windber, PA
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    This location once operated as a hotel for over a century but now may be privately owned. Witnesses have reported a wild apparition that resides here and makes itself known by throwing chairs, smashing bottles and even pushing people. The apparition is believed to be a man who died here over a century ago during a bar fight. A young woman's apparition has also been spotted, with curly... Read More

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  •   Valley Forge King of Prussia, PA
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    Although no physical battle was fought here, the battle against elements, low morale, and hunger was a fierce one and many believe that those who lost that fight still linger the area to this day. Visitors to the park have described seeing men in army clothing and some have reported seeing what appears to be a man hanging from a tree. Read More

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  •   133 Kiester Road Slippery Rock, PA
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    This home is rumored to be haunted by a malevolent ghost who many believe is a Native American mass murderer named Sam Mohawk. He was hanged for murdering a woman and her five children near where the home stands. Read More

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  •   Betsy Ross House Philadelphia, PA
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    Sitting several blocks away from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, this was the home of Betsy Ross - the woman who designed and sewed the first American flag. The front part of the home was built around 1740 and Ross is said to have resided there with her third husband. Visitors to the historic home have reported accounts of seeing her ghost crying at the foot of the bed in the... Read More

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  •   Omni William Penn Hotel Pittsburgh, PA
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    This 4-star hotel dates back to the early 1900's and is where JFK has stayed, and Bob Hope proposed to his wife in 1934. The hotel is said to have two floors that are haunted - 22 and 23, both unused. Reports here include cold wind gusts, strange clouds, and ghosts that like to hide and watch people, creating an eerie feeling for the living. It has also been said that a murder took... Read More

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  •   Hotel Iola Millville, PA
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    This building was established in the 19th Century and was a hotel before becoming a restaurant for quite some time during recent years. The building is reportedly empty now and is up for sale. The place is rumored to be haunted, reports include bar stools that have rotated by themselves, shadowy figures appearing in long black dresses, and faces wearing Victorian-style collars... Read More

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  • Woodfield Manor Cresco, PA
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    This property located near the Pocono Mountains has had numerous paranormal activities reported claiming there to be a ghost of a woman who had drowned her two children in room #13. For decades, employees and guests of the property have reported seeing and hearing strange things. The property is now owned by Sundance Vacations. Read More

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  • Gettysburg Battlefield Gettysburg, PA
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    The Gettysburg Battlefield is a historic place where the Civil War occurred. When the land was battleground in 1863, it resulted in 51,000 casualties and thousands more were injured. It's a place visited for its history, but also for its haunts. It is believe to be one of the most haunted places in Pennslyvania. Paranormal teams have detected what appears to be a Union soldier... Read More

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  • Welles House Wilkes Barre, PA
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    Strange deaths and tragedies have occurred at the Welles House, a property that's been compared to that of the Amityville Horror house. The home was originally built for industrialist Augustus C. Laning. Odd occurrences of death include Laning's nephew being killed there during a fire when lightening striked the barn. It ignited a fire, and left his nephew trapped under the body of a... Read More

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  •   The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort Shawnee on Delaware, PA
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    This inn is said to be haunted by a ghostly woman who usually walks past the lobby into the Dogwood Dining Room. The ghost is also said to use the ladies' bathroom, locking herself in a stall from the inside and then flush the toilet. Witnesses have described disembodied whispers and screams here. Stories say the mysterious lady was murdered in one of the rooms near the lobby. Read More

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  •   Jean Bonnet Tavern Bedford, PA
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    In the 1740s, it was a French outpost and by the 1750s, it was war headquarters. By the 1760s, it turned into a tavern. The tavern is believed to host several spirits. Several people were hanged here and many say their spirits continue to wander the property as there have been reports of apparition sightings, cold spots, strange occurences with the lights, and photographic images... Read More

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  •   Amity Hall Duncannon, PA
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    In the late 2000's, Amity Hall burned down but it was allegedly haunted. Stories say a man killed his wife by stabbing her on the porch sofa, before killing his children then himself upstairs. Repotrs here include black figures, apparitions and flashes of light. Some witnesses even claim to have seen reenactments of the murder. Read More

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  •   Independence Hall Philadelphia, PA
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    This historic building that was completed in 1753 is where the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated. It is said to be haunted by the spirits of Benedict Arnold and Benjamin Franklin. Witnesses have claimed to see ghostly mists and their apparitions. Read More

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  •   Eagle Hotel Waterford, PA
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    This building dates back to 1826 and was once a hotel but now operates as a restaurant called "Sugar N Spice" on the first floor and a history museum on the second and third floors. Reports here include mysterious sounds, such as voices calling out your name and the sound of a crying baby. Item are also known to move on their own and floor mats have been turned upside down. Cold gusts... Read More

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  •   Historic York Prison York, PA
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    Built in 1906, this now abandoned historic prison was decommissioned in 1979. It first began as part of a complex of custodial buildings, including the York County Poorhouse and Hospital. It was torn down in 1906 and replaced with the 30,000 square foot brick building. Witnesses have reported being followed around the building by the spirits of criminals, and have seen and smelt someone... Read More

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  •   Brandy River Chadds Ford, PA
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    The area is also known as Brandywine River is where the Battle of Brandywine took place. The American Army, led by Washington fought the British Army, led by General Howe in September of 1777. Washington believed the area was secured and he and his troops were ready for the British, however, the British had better tactic to invading the area and out maneuvered Washington. Today the area... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Lakes & Waterways | Real Haunted Army Posts / Battle Grounds

  •   The Inn at Turkey Hill Bloomsburg, PA
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    This inn is housed inside of an 1839 farmhouse and is believed to be haunted by the owner's mother, who passed away inside the building. She is said to wander around the place at night and the scent of her perfume has been detected. The rocking chair on the porch moves on its own and reports say that in the 1980's, the attic door wouldn't stay closed, so they had to wedge a knife in it... Read More

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  •   Bishop White House Philadelphia, PA
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    This was the home of Bishop White, a chaplain to the Second Constitutional Convention and the U.S. Senate in the late 1700s. In 1793 when the Yellow Fever epidemic was occurring Bishop White sent his family to live here. Fortunately, he and his family survived the epidemic, but his neighbor Dr. Rush did not. Paranormal experiences include sightings of an elderly housekeeper's apparition... Read More

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  •   Hotel Bethlehem Bethlehem, PA
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    This historic hotel is known to be "ghost-friendly" and even offers ghost tours and "Room with a Boo!" ghost weekend packages. A ghostly young girl is known to reside here and has been spotted in a window. She is believed to be the granddaughter of a former owner. A woman dressed in period clothing has appeared in the dining room and kitchen and witnesses have reported cold spots,... Read More

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  •   Academia Girl’s School Academia, PA
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    These ruins remain of an 1800's building that was destroyed by a fire. There are many eerie stories that surround the place, one being of a gardener who set fire to cover his tracks after raping and killing many students. Another story says the girls at the school all died from a mysterious illness. The students' ghosts are said to linger on the property and can sometimes be heard... Read More

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