Since then, employees have reported seeing bizarre shadows, lights, and hearing inexplicable humming.In 2010, a local group even captured footage of a full-body apparition.Often called one of the most haunted battlefields in the U.S., Antietam is the site of the bloodiest single-day battle not just in the Civil War, and the spirits of fallen soldiers haunt the whole place.Entrepreneur Joseph Lybrandt Forepaugh built the sprawling house for his family, but his pregnant wife Molly hanged herself in a third-floor room.Nearly 30 years later, Joseph died by suicide as well, in a nearby park.Today, their ghosts are spotted all over the property, particularly in the basement.Book an overnight tour and bring a sleeping bag to share, because a place described as a paranormal investigator's dream is not something to take lightly.
Once the home of Al Capone, it was continuously used for 142 years before it was abandoned in 1971.
Don't miss this spot if you're in ghost-packed New Orleans.
At this 18th century Bourbon Street bar, the oldest in the country, you can grab some brews and try to catch a glimpse of Lafitte's ghost.
Go on a trolley ghost tour to get yourself acquainted with the area's Victorian homes and history, visit the definitively haunted Higbee Beach, and, if you just can't get enough, stay overnight in one of the many ghostly B&Bs, like Windward House.
Head here ASAP if both of you love history as much as the occult.
Perennial beachgoers, pack your bags and head over to Cape May, one of the oldest resort destinations in the U.