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Top 10 Haunted Houses in the U.S.

We like to be creeped out, don’t we? To kick off this Halloween season, we have chosen 10 homes in the U.S. notorious for their haunted history and spirits who like to visit. Some are privately owned homes, some are now bed-and-breakfasts, some have historic designations, and one is even the seat of our government. Take a deep breath and let’s visit some of the most notable haunted homes in the U.S.:

Top 10 Haunted Homes in the U.S.:

(Flickr photo: harshlight)

1. Winchester House (above)
Location: San Jose, CA
Notable ghost: Sarah Winchester

As one of two homes in California sanctioned by the U.S. Commerce Department as being haunted (the other is the Whaley House, below), the magnificent Winchester Housestands alone as perhaps the most bizarre haunted home in the U.S. It was inspired and designed by Sarah Winchester (photo), widow of William Winchester, founder of Winchester rifles. Legend goes that Sarah was deeply affected by the deaths of her daughter, Annie, in 1866 and then her husband, William, in 1881. Sarah consulted a medium who instructed her to build a house to ward off evil spirits. Construction on the Winchester House started in 1884 and continued for 38 years — until Sarah’s death in 1922.

Sarah reportedly held nightly seances to gain guidance from spirits and her dead husband for the home’s design. What resulted was a maze-like residence full of twisting and turning hallways, dead-ends, secret panels, a window built into a floor, staircases leading to nowhere, doors that open to walls, upside-down columns, and rooms built, then intentionally closed off  — all to ward off and confuse evil spirits. Read more about Sarah and the fascinating Winchester House. (Photo of Sarah Winchester:
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(Flickr photo: dbking)

2. Lizzie Borden House (above)
Location: Fall River, MA
Notable ghosts: Andrew and Abby Borden

Who killed Andrew and Abby Borden with an ax on the morning of Aug. 4, 1892 in this Fall River, MA home? To this day, no one truly knows. Lizzie Borden, the daughter of Andrew and step-daughter of Abby, became the prime suspect and eventually, the subject of a popular children’s rhyme.

Andrew was a widowed cabinet-maker and had two daughters, Lizzie (photo) and Emma Lenora. In 1865, he married Abby Durfee Gray and then in 1872, he bought the home pictured above so he could be closer to the city’s downtown district. Reports say the Bordens were not a loving family unit and the stresses of step relatives created much tension in the house, which were only escalated by the Borden girls’ fears that their father was bequeathing his assets and property to the step-mother’s side of the family. Lizzie was indicted for the crime, and then acquitted by a jury. It was the trial of the century. She and her sister eventually moved to a home on French Street, and the murder home is now a bed and breakfast where Andrew and Abby are said to still roam. Need a room for the night? (Photo of Borden: Providence Journal).

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3. LaLaurie Mansion (above)
Location: New Orleans, LA
Notable ghosts: Victims of Madame LaLaurie

Horrific stories of torture and abuse inflicted on slaves who worked in this house were reported in the 1830s and the abuser was said to be Madame Delphine LaLaurie, a socialite of great wealth and prominence in New Orleans. Delphine and her husband, Dr. Louis LaLaurie, would host elaborate parties at the house, but soon, stories of vicious cruelty emerged. In one tale, Delphine was whipping the child of a slave when the child  broke away and ran to the roof, falling to her death. But the turning point came when a fire broke out in the mansion and when help arrived, they witnessed horrific scenes of  punishment and tortureinflicted on the slaves. Delphine fled, never to be seen again.

The home has undergone many changes and owners over the years, with one of the most recent owners actor Nicolas Cage. Cage said of the LaLaurie house, “… You know, other people have beachfront property; I have ghost-front property… ” Unfortunately, Cage lost the property in a foreclosure auction. Read the chronology of the LaLaurie House by the New Orleans Times-Picayune. (Photo of Madame LaLaurie:
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4. White House (above)
Location: Washington, DC
Notable ghosts: Abigail Adams, Abraham Lincoln

It makes sense that a home this old and with so much history has a lot of ghosts. Abigail Adams, wife of second president John Adams,  is considered to be the “oldest” ghost in the White House since she and John were the first to live in the big, drafty home that was still unfinished when they moved in on Nov. 1, 1800. She was known to hang her laundry in the East Room and is still “spotted” there to this day. But perhaps the most notable ghost is 16th president Abraham Lincoln who reportedly had psychic powers and even anticipated his assassination days before. Many former presidents, residents and heads of state have seen Lincoln or felt his presence throughout the White House, including British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, who fainted at the sight of him.

Other famous ghosts include Dolley Madison who stands watch over her Rose Garden; 7th president Andrew Jackson has been heard laughing in the Rose Bedroom; 3rd president Thomas Jefferson plays his violin in the Yellow Oval Room; 9th president William Henry Harrison haunts the White House attic; and British soldiers are seen walking the hallways. (Photo of Lincoln: Library of Congress)
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(Flickr photo: Southerntabitha)

5. Franklin Castle (above)
Location: Cleveland, OH
Notable ghosts: Babies crying

Finally, a haunted home that really looks haunted. Complete with a tower, turrets, balconies, stone outcroppings, gargoyles, wrought-iron fixtures and fences, this imposing, Gothic-style Franklin Castle is said to be Ohio’s most haunted home.  It was built in 1860 for Hannes Tiedemann (photo), an immigrant from Germany who became a wholesale grocer-turned-banker. Depending on who you believe, Tiedemann was either an evil tyrant who had a hand in mysterious deaths that occurred in the home between 1865-1895 — including the deaths of three babies— or he was a decent and hard-working man, but faced unfortunate circumstances. There have been many owners of the home including a German singing society and a church group.

Presently, it is owned by an Internet businesswoman who wanted to renovate it and turn it into a B&B and hold “haunted mystery weekends,” but a fire in 1999 derailed her plans. It is rumored that Franklin Castle will be listed soon. In the market for a haunted house? Amenities include sounds of footsteps, babies crying, and doors slamming … and no one’s there. How many agents dare to appear for this broker’s open house? (Photo of
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(Photo: Cranston Historical Society)

6. Sprague Mansion (above)
Location: Cranston, RI
Notable ghosts: Amasa Sprague, Charlie the butler

One of Cranston’s most prosperous families, the Sprague family, owned Cranston Print Works, a textile mill that was the first to make calico prints and help pioneer chemical bleaching. When William Sprague died in 1836, he left the business to his two sons, Amasa (photo) and William II. Amasa concentrated on the family business while William II focused on politics, serving as a U.S. Representative, Governor and United States Senator. On Dec. 31, 1843,Amasa was found shot and beaten on the road between his textile mill and his mansion. A man was hanged for the crime, but later found to be innocent. The true killer was never found. The Sprague family’s fortunes eventually faded and the Sprague Mansion changed ownership many times until the Cranston Historical Society saved it from demolition in 1967.

Hauntings of the mansion most often observed include Amasa in the wine cellar and a spirit thought to be “Charlie the butler” descending the main stairway. Legend goes that Charlie’s hopes and dreams of riches were dashed when his daughter did not marry the wealthy homeowner’s son. Read more about theSprague Mansion ghosts. (Photo of Sprague: thedotconnector)
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(Photo: San Francisco Properties)

7. Chambers Mansion (above)
Location: San Francisco, CA
Notable ghost: Claudia

In the prestigious Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco is the Chambers Mansion, which was built in 1887 and named after its first owner, Richard Chambers, who was a silver mine tycoon.  Legend goes that Chambers lived here with his two nieces who hated each other. When Chambers died in 1901, the nieces inherited the mansion. One reportedly bought the house next door and moved in while the other sister, Claudia, stayed. Claudia reportedly loved pigs but met her fate one day when she was nearly cut in half from what her family called a “farm implementation accident.”

Ghost expert Jim Fassbinder, who conducts haunted home tours in San Francisco, “… claims that an insane member of the Chambers family, who was kept in the attic, chased Claudia downstairs into the Josephine room and killed her.” The mansion was eventually converted to the Mansion Hotel in 1977, where celebs such as Barbra Streisand, Robert DeNiro and Robin Williams stayed. Many guests have reported strange occurrences while staying there.
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(Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

8. Myrtles Plantation (above)
Location: St. Francisville, LA
Notable ghost: Chloe

Take an historic old, antebellum plantation home from 1796, surround it with trees draped with Spanish moss, and set it in voodoo-rich Louisiana and you have the perfect setting for ghosts. But, you need mayhem and history to generate ghosts and there are lots of both at the Myrtles Plantation. In 1808, Clark Woodruff took charge of the plantation from his deceased father-in-law, General David Bradford, where he kept things running along with his wife, Sara, and three kids. Legend has it that Woodruff also took a special liking to a slave he owned named Chloe. But Chloe was immensely jealous of Woodruff’s family and baked a birthday cake filled with poisonous oleander leaves.  Woodruff’s wife, Sara, and two of their children died. Chloe confessed, but fellow slaves retaliated, hanging Chloe and dumping her body in the Mississippi.

Lots of other natural deaths occurred in the home, but the only other murder was when plantation owner William Winter was shot and killed in 1871 while standing on the front porch. He supposedly staggered inside, dying on the 17th step of the home. Myrtles Plantation is also reportedly built on the site of an old Indian burial ground and during the Civil Warn Union soldiers ransacked the home. While it is hard to separate fact from fiction, popular sightings of ghosts around Myrtles Plantation include the large mirror in the home that contains the spirits of Sara Woodruff and her children, ghosts seen around the 17th step and, of course, Chloe who is outside, tending to her plantings. The house is on National Register of Historic places and is now a bed and breakfast.
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(Photo: Wikimedia Commons by Elmschrat)

9. Stranahan House (above)
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Notable ghost: Frank Stranahan

The Stranahan House was one of several structures built between 1893-1906 along the New River in Fort Lauderdale, FL, by an enterprising young man named Frank Stranahan (photo). Frank arrived in 1893 to operate a barge ferry across the river and was the first non-Indian to live in what is now the center of Fort Lauderale. Soon, this prime location spawned other businesses for Stranahan, including a trading post, post office, bank and hotel. He became a powerful land owner in the area and soon, the Stranahan Trading Post became well-known. He married school teacher Ivy Cromartie and built her a home right on the New River in 1906, the Stranahan House, which still stands today as the oldest remaining structure in Broward County. Frank and Ivy were considered Fort Lauderdale’s First Family.

This is also where Stranahan’s story turns grim. He suffered from depression and his mental health could not endure a hurricane that devastated his businesses, or the financial effects of the Great Depression.  Stranahan committed suicide on June 23, 1929 by strapping a large iron gate to his ankle and throwing himself into the New River. There are many reports of Frank Stranahan’s ghost in the Stranahan House, as well as the ghost of Ivy Cromartie. Other ghostly presences include six family members and the apparition of an Indian servant girl near the back of the home. The Stranahan House is now open to public tours. (Photo of Stranahan: Broward County)
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(Flickr photo: snabby)

10. Whaley House (above)
Location: San Diego, CA
Notable ghost: “Yankee Jim” Robinson

In 1849, as news of the Gold Rush broke, young Thomas Whaley moved from New York to California and opened a hardware store in San Francisco. Arson destroyed his business in 1851, so he moved to San Diego — the present day Old Town San Diego — where he set up general store businesses. Always the entrepreneur, he also started a brick-making business and used those kiln-fired bricks to build a granary. Then, in 1857, he built an adjacent two-story Greek Revival brick building where he and his wife, Rachel Pye, lived. It was considered the “finest new brick block in Southern California” by the San Diego Herald, and cost $10,000. The walls were finished with plaster made from ground seashells.

The site of the house is also where gallows once stood and where “Yankee Jim” Robinson (photo) was hanged for attempted grand larceny. Whaley reportedly witnessed the hanging, but was not fazed by it, since he bought the property a few years later, removed the gallows, and built the Whaley family home on the site. Shortly after moving in, heavy footsteps could he heard throughout the house “by the boots of a large man.” Whaley concluded it was Yankee Jim,whose spirit is alive and well two centuries later. Two later tragedies occurred in the house: the Whaleys’ second child, Thomas, Jr, died at 18 months of scarlet fever and their fifth child, Violet, committed suicide in 1885.  The home was designated a California State Historic Landmark in 1932 and is open to public tours.

Side note: Thomas Whaley had some prominent family history: His grandfather, Alexander Whaley, supplied George Washington with badly needed muskets during the American Revolution’s Battle of White Plains and his mother, Rachel, made some shrewd real estate deals including buying “Sheeps Meadows,” which was used as grazing land in New York City. It is now known as Central Park. (Photo of Yankee Jim: Halloween Experts)
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But, wait! Where is the Amityville Horror House? Please continue below…

Amityville Horror House (above)
Location: Amityville, NY
Notable ghost: None

We saved the least haunted home in America for last, but felt the need for inclusion because it is a notorious home that was the scene of a horrific murder in November, 1974. The Amityville Horror House is perhaps the most “commercialized haunted house” in America. It is where  23-year-old Ron DeFeo, Jr. killed his mother, father, two brothers and two sisters with a rifle as they slept in their beds. The Lutz family purchased the home in 1975 for $80,000, but left after 28 days  in which they described many supernatural events occurring such as slime oozing down walls, strange odors, moving furniture, swarms of flies in the dead of winter, and slamming doors, to name a few. Soon a best-seller was born, “The Amityville Horror: A True Story,” which also subsequently generated nine movies. In reality, the Amityville story was more fiction than fact. DeFeo’s lawyer, William Weber, admitted that he along with the Lutzes “created this horror story over many bottles of wine.” After the Lutzes moved on, several families have lived in the home for decades each and have expressed nothing horrific occurring. As a matter of fact, the home was just recently sold to a couple who report that the only thing scary about it are the people who come gawking.

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6354 E Hummingbird Lane, Paradise Valley, AZ
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2019 E Campbell Ave #124, Phoenix, Arizona
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3833 N 30th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016
$141,900 or $816 / Month $500 Down*
Bed/Bath: 2/1 - 748 SF
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Central Phoenix: 30th St & Indian School

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13503 E Charter Oak Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85259
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3134 E Weldon Ave Phoenix, AZ 85016
$127,000  SOLD
Bed/Bath: 3/2 - 1,481 SF
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3116 E Flower St Phoenix, AZ 85016
$128,500  SOLD
Bed/Bath: 3/1 - 1,120 SF
Coming Soon
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$268,000 SOLD
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$169,000 SOLD
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Fully Remodeled
36th Street & Thunderbird

6745 N. 93rd AVE #1155 Glendale, AZ 85305
 FOR LEASE: $1,395/Month LEASED
Bed/Bath: 2 + Den/2.5 - 1,783 SF
 Luxury Condo: University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale: Glendale Ave & 93rd Ave / Westgate
2726 E Denim Trail, Queen Creek AZ 85243
$112,000 SOLD
4Bd/2.5Ba - 2,186SF - Lot Size:0.13 - acres / 5,663SF
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11640 N 51st Avenue Glendale, AZ 85304
$785 / Month $500 Down* / $139,900 SOLD
Bed/Bath: 2/2 - 845 SF
  Affordable Luxury Condos
Glendale: 51st Avenue & Cactus

6449 E Paradise Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
$499,900 off market
4Bd/3Ba - 2,589SF - Lot Size: 0.16 acres / 7,106 SF
Kierland Neighborhood.
Kierland Area: 64th Street & Greenway

2128 E Bishop Dr, Tempe, AZ 85282
$220,000 SOLD
3Bd 2Ba 1,931SF-Lot Size:0.15-acres/6,665SF
 Private Lot. Fix up.
Tempe: Broadway/Southern/McClintock/Price

8143 E Amelia Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
LEASED: $1,450/Month
3Bd/1.75Ba-1,501SF - Lot Size:1.5-acres/6,483SF No Pool
South-East Tempe
South-East Tempe Area
2401 E Rio Salado pkwy #1104, Tempe, 85281
For Lease $1,975 / Month
Bed/Bath: 3/2.5 - 1,400 SF
  LEASED: Luxury Condos near ASU
Downtown Tempe - 101 & Rio Salado

7430 E Chaparral Rd Scottsdale #101A, 85251
$850/Month  Fully Furnished LEASED
Bed/Bath: 2/1 - 697 SF
  LEASED: Condo on Luscious Grounds
Downtown Scottsdale: Chaparral & Scottsdale
1820 N Tamarisk St, Chandler, Arizona 85224
3Bd/1.75Ba-1,405SF-Lot Size:0.16-acres/7,026SF
Chandler/Warner - 101 Freeway & Dobson

7920 E Camelback Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85251
$1,100/Month  Cooling/Heating included
Bed/Bath: 2/1.75 - 1,200 SF
  LEASED: Luxury Condos on golf course
Downtown Scottsdale: Hayden and Camelback
7625 E Camelback Rd 205B Scottsdale, Arizona
2 Beds / 2 Baths: 1,140SF
Walk everywhere. Lowest Priced by $10,000
Downtown Scottsdale

4488 E. Thomas # 3014, Phoenix Arizona 85018
For Lease $1,600 / Month LEASED
3Bedrooms / 3 Baths -1743 SF 3rd Floor (top floor)
  Gated Resort Style Penthouse
Central Phoenix - 44th Street & Thomas

12824 N 68th St, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
$849,000 Appraised at $1,250,000
Bed/Bath: 5/4- 3,857SF - Lot size 0.55acre
Scottsdale: Scottsdale Rd & Cactus

2728 E. Earll Dr., Phoenix Arizona 85016
3Bd/2Ba, 1,357SF Lot Size:0.21 acres/9,283 SF
SOLD C.O.E. 07/27/07
Central Phoenix. Historical Neighborhood.
7223 E Coronado Rd Scottsdale, Arizona
3Bd/2Ba-1,590 SF-Lot Size: 0.23-acres/9,932 SF
SOLD C.O.E. 07/20/07
South Scottsdale / Mc Dowell & Scottsdale Rd

6814 E. Valley Vista Lane, Paradise Valley, AZ
$1,025,000 SOLD
Bed/Bath: 4/3- 2,414SF - Lot size 1acre/43,404 sf
Paradise Valley: Scottsdale Rd & McDonald Dr
1714 E Montecito Ave, Phoenix 85016-5312
3Bd/2Ba-1,300SF-Lot Size:0.14-acres/6,255SF
SOLD C.O.E. 08/27/07
Central Phoenix - 17th Street & Indian School
2228 E. Campbell Dr., Phoenix AZ
SOLD C.O.E. 04/12/07
Biltmore Area
4207 N 19th Street, Phoenix, Arizona
2Bd/1Ba, SF: 1100+Lot Size: 0.18 acres/7,688 SF
Central Phoenix/19th St. & Indian School
7625 E Camelback Rd 208B Scottsdale, Arizona
Beds/Baths: 1 / 1, SF: 792
Downtown Scottsdale
3223 E. Poinsettia Dr., Phoenix Arizona 85028
1900 SF, 3 Bd, 2.1/4 Ba, 2 story house
Cactus & 32nd Street
5862 E Voltaire Ave., Scottsdale, Arizona
Beds/Baths: 5 / 2, SF: 2,592
North East Phoenix
3232 E. Hillery Dr, Phoenix Arizona 85032
3Bd/2Ba-1,776 SF-Lot Size: 0.17-acres/7,341 SF
North East Phoenix
1006 W Morrow Dr, Phoenix, Arizona
$289,900 or $1,300/month LEASED
Beds/Baths: 4 / 2, SF: 2,118
North Central Phoenix
16222 N 67 ST Scottsdale, Arizona
$415,000 or $1,450/month LEASED
Beds/Baths: 3 / 2, SF: 1,616
Kierland Area
3440 E. Rockwood Dr Phoenix Arizona
$314,750   SOLD
5413 East Virginia Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona
$259,900   SOLD
16023 N. 46th Street, Phoenix, Arizona
$399,900 SOLD
107th Avenue & Thomas Road, Avondale
5402 E. Windsor Ave #55, Phoenix, Arizona
$192,000   SOLD
3705 E Potter Dr, Phoenix, Arizona
Beds/Baths: 3 / 2, SF: 1,519
Desert Ridge Area
3333 E Camelback Rd, Ste 150 Phoenix, AZ 85018

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