First Bank of the United States - Philadelphia PA Haunted Place
The First Bank of the United States in Philadelphia dates back to 1791 when it was established by the first U.S. treasurer, Alexander Hamilton. When Hamilton died during a duel, he left behind his wife and children, and a whole lot of debt. His spirit is said to live on at the bank and when it first reopened, the new owner even had a priest bless the building. Even after the blessing though, Hamilton's spirit is said to still linger.
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