The Hotel Monte Vista has been featured on over a dozen ghost hunting programs in the last ten years and continues to stand as a landmark destination for those who like to get scared out of their minds. This young ghost often lets the living know she is around. Please know that we still offer the option to. Arkansas: Basin Park Hotel At one of America's most haunted hotels, the Basin Park Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, decades of visitors have reported seeing ghosts on the premises. What remains -- the cells, the main gate and the guard tower -- still provide a glimpse of convict life a century ago in the Arizona Territory. It opened in 1876, and saw over 3,000 delinquents pass through its doors over its 33 years as a prison. Their crimes ranged from murder to polygamy, with grand larceny being the most common.
Since we do not collect user data, there is nothing for us to destroy if you decide to opt-out. A short time later they stood in front of a door at the top of a stairwell and heard the now-familiar crunch of footsteps coming up behind them. Inevitably, if the environment is right, the hair on the back of our necks will stand because we know something is right … behind … us. Talk about a bad place to live. At least 20 people are said to have died here by violent means in the late 19th century.
They were locked into cells that they had constructed with their own hands. This is true for Arizona Vulture mine where areas are claimed to be haunted, the most haunted being the mess hall. James Hotel This hotel in Red Wing, built in 1875, is reportedly haunted by the ghost of a former hotel owner, who still lives in her room and makes sure cutlery and napkins are properly placed. Put on a scowl and create your own mug shot using the original mirror that allowed front and profile views of new prisoners in single photo. Another cell that is haunted is cell 14. From car doors slamming unexpectantly, rocks being mysteriously thrown, and spirit sightings, the domes might not have come from space, but there is definitely some haunted mystery around here.
Come experience this fascinating slice of Arizona history. As a prison Arizona State Parks But that's half of its appeal. And there are staff stories of hearing voices when no one living is around. One psychic that visited the dark cell confirmed that this spirit is a little girl and not a prisoner. We searched the country for haunted locations in every state, rife with paranormal activity — read on if you dare.
Then there are the cries and giggles of babies and children who are heard but never seen. The building was reported to have been haunted when the hospital was still open, and the activity has continued at the Grand Hotel. C Copyright 2001 by Troy Taylor. Maryland: Jericho Covered Bridge This bridge — believed to be the site where Civil War soldiers died by suicide — is reportedly still haunted by the soldiers' ghosts. A total of 3,069 prisoners, including 29 women, lived within these walls during the prison's 33 years of operation.
She had her legs shackled to the ringbolts and only took bread and water in with her. Montana: Little Bighorn Battlefield Visitors to this battlefield, where the Battle of Little Bighorn took place in 1876, have reported hearing battle cries, rifle shots and bugles, perhaps from the soldiers who died there. The mirror, one-size prison stripes and lucky prisoner numbers can be found in the museum. You don't have to wait until 3:10; the park is open from 9-5 daily so stop in and take a walk through a big piece of Old West history. The Orpheum Theatre Where: 100 N 3rd St, Phoenix, Arizona 85004 Theatre and a ghost? Since then, employees and visitors have described mysterious occurrences at the site. The staff provided her with these things and then placed a heavy blanket over the cell door to keep out all of the sunlight, just as it would have been when the prison was in operation.
Elizabeth Smith, Wickenburg's first African American innkeeper, may still be welcoming visitors to the Hassayampa Building, which once housed her hotel. Many visitors who stay the night, specifically in room 306, complain about sleepless nights, a touch of cold hands, and even some who claim they were unable to breathe feeling as if someone was pressing down on their throat. It's no wonder why this is one of the most haunted sites in all of Arizona. As if someone stood right behind him. It was believed after a night at a Bisbee Saloon he walked home drunk and was run over by a moving train. They used to be made out of wood but the bed bugs caused too much trouble.
One more victim died in the hospital afterwords. Two prisoners went insane while they were kept in this cell. The last prisoner left Yuma September 15, 1909. After the fire, the hotel stayed open only a few more years before closing in 1974. There's even a room reportedly so haunted on the 12th floor that staff have sealed it from guests and no one can enter. Between its creepy-crawly rattlesnakes, horrid Gila monsters, unnerving black scorpions, and its , the Copper State is a pretty scary place to live. From giant, poisonous lizards to insects with deadly tails and mini-crab pinchers, the desert seems like it is out to take all of us as prisoners, but not before turning up the heater.
A handful of people claim to have even seen this ghost train rolling along the desert in the midday sun. She lasted just under 30 hours and cited that she truly believed she wasn't alone inside. Each night, lights were flipped off and doors shut. Yates said it could be related to tales of a woman who laid her head down on the tracks just outside the factory, and also tales of a man allegedly buried alive in a citrus chute. Ryan was not liked by the prison staff, and reportedly committed suicide in Cell 14. The former Remington Arms Co.
Convicts constructed a new facility in Florence, Arizona, and the last prisoner left Yuma on September 15, 1909. Both the medical staff and the hotel employees and guests have reported a ghostly bearded figure resembling an old time miner drifting down the 3rd floor hallway, sometimes turning off the lights as he goes. Even more curious was a rhythmic echo, like that of a ball slapping against a hard surface. The Yuma Territorial Prison is open to visitors should you ever be in the area and want to experience it for yourself. The Palace Saloon Where: 120 S. There have been reports of Native Americans traveling through the mountains looking as they did 100 plus years ago before they vanished into thin air. Massachusetts: Salem Old Burying Point The town of Salem contains a number of sites connected to the famous Witch Trials of 1692, but one of the most notorious is the Old Burying Point, which houses the remains of key figures in the trials.