Mackinac Island - Harvey is believed to be one of several resident ghosts haunting Mission Point Resort. Although his real name isn't "Harvey" (name withheld due to family sensitivity), the story of Harvey is very real. He was a student at Mission Point when the current resort was Mackinac College. Depressed over a romantic breakup, Harvey went out to the woods and shot himself in the head. It was called a suicide but the remote location and number bullet wounds, lead some to suspect it ma
Sorrel-Weed House 1841, 6 West Harris St, Savannah. The house was built for Francis Sorrel (1793-1870), a wealthy shipping merchant. It has a reputation for being one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah. People claim to see figures in the windows and hear disembodied voices inside the house. The connecting carriage house behind the main house was said to have housed a female Afican-American slave who was murdered by a member of the family
Thomas Whaley and his family once occupied this house in Old Town, San Diego. Now a museum, this house has gained an infamous reputation of being haunted. The first ever ghost that was reported to be here was of James “Yankee Jim” Robinson who was hanged in 1852 on the property, as it was used as a gallows before the land was purchased.
Ghosts of Mount Misery on Long Island near Huntington, New York: On Long Island, New York there is a place that has earned a reputation for being haunted or cursed since before the area was occupied by Native Americans. Mount Misery it is called today and it as well as the surrounding area is one of the most haunted places on Long Island. Read the full story>>
Battleship Island, Japan This was once the home of 5000 inhabitants, mostly miners, but this island close to Nagasaki is currently deserted after people moved due to the shift of the industries, from coal to petroleum. It has been called “Ghost Island” and the silent creepy nature of this place will scare the hell out of you. Tons have people who have visited this spot have complained of paranormal activity.
Legendary actor Marlon Brando is said to haunt Tetiaroa, the private island sanctuary where he lived for years. While he was still alive, friends say that Brando believed he was being haunted by Dag Drollet, the murdered lover of his daughter Cheyenne. Sources say that Brando described ghostly whispers and poltergeist action. 'It's terrifying,' Brando supposedley said of the haunting. 'I know it's Dag's angry spirit.'