Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Four Haunted Places to visit in the US.
Have you been to any of these places? I would love to go to the Amityville House.

The Amityville HouseThe Amityville House As the story goes, on Nov. 13, 1974, Ronald Jr. (“Butch”) DeFeo killed six members of his family in a house in Amityville, New York. He claims there were demonic forces in the home that drove him to murder. When new owners moved into the house at 112 Ocean Avenue, they too experienced terrifying phenomenon, which led to a best-selling novel and two films. I've seen the original and the remake with Ryan Reynolds.  Both are great movies.

Alcatraz – The infamous San Francisco Bay’s prison, a notorious penitentiary, known for its cold dark cells, saw many murders, riots and suicides during its 29 years of service. Now a national museum, it’s said to be haunted, with tales of inexplicable sounds, cell doors closing on their own, disembodied screams and scary apparitions. I would love to go on a trip with the guys and girls from Ghost Hunters to this place!!
Saint Augustine LighthouseSaint Augustine Lighthouse - Legend says three little girls died on the construction site, while playing with a rail car. When the car spun out of control, the girls were drowned in the water below. Now, visitors can hear a female crying, “Help me!” inside the tower, as well as mysterious lights and footsteps.

  Sloss is currently used to hold metal arts classes, a barbecue cookoff, Muse of Fire shows, and concerts. Being a reportedly haunted location, it is also an annual Halloween haunted attraction. Once a year, Sloss Furnaces hosts a "Ghost Tour" based on a story written by Alabama folklorist Kathryn Tucker Windham. I have been here years ago, but for the Halloween Ghost tour. It was fun, but we waited 4 hours to do the tour. And the tour only took about 45 minutes.
Sloss Furnaces has been investigated by Ghost Adventures.

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