Haunted Places are spots where paranormal activities are noticed. There are many places in USA where you can actually feel the presence of ghosts. In fact, you must have frequented these spots once in a while. Have you ever felt the creeps?
These haunted places have been visited on Halloween where thousands of visitors have actually throng to look what’s so spooky about it. But if you ask me all of them are scared. If you ask them for a night out in these haunted places, I bet no one would agree even if you offered them a million dollars for a single night.
Haunted Places # 1: Banff Springs Hotel
In 1932, an unnamed young bride died of a broken neck on wedding day. This ghost has also been spotted by people with its premises. When she was alighting the staircase, she tripped on her wedding gown and took a fatal tumble. Her ghost walks in the dining room and haunts the hotel and its guests. There is also the ghost of a bellhop Sam Macauley, who died in 1976. Hotel staff and guests claim to have seen visions of the man in full uniform.
Concordia University College Of Alberta In Edmonton
This haunted place delivers a lot of chills. Ghostly sounds are heard. Normally, it’s a men’s choir heard from walls in the boys’ dorm. One cannot miss this for sure. There are doors slamming in empty portions of the property. A 1960s Afro-American teacher is seen in the halls. One such hot spooky place is Schwarmann Hall, where doors have been slammed shut right in people’s faces by unseen forces and entities. The cold spots are experienced to such a degree that the mist emanated by one’s breath cab be surely seen.
Deanne House, Fort Calgary, Calgary
The most notable ghost that haunt the Deanne house are that of an elderly man who is seated in his room, smoking a pipe, listening to his victrola. The other apparitions are of a woman murdered by her enraged husband. Tobacco smoke traces, blood droplets bear testimony of the torture these people experienced before dying. There is the spirit of an Aboriginal man who still roams in the basement.