1. Centralia, Pennsylvania: a rural town that has been on fire for over 50 years.
2. Fouke, Arkansas: a secluded town that's home to the legendary Boggy Creek Monster.
3. Colma, California: This small town south of San Francisco has literally become a town for the dead.
4. Clintonville, Wisconsin: In 2012, this wholesome town experienced a series of earthquake-like shakes and no one knows why.
5. Mount Dora, Florida: This little lake town has had more UFO sightings than any other town in the country.
6. Lily Dale, New York: This upstate town has been given the nickname "Woodstock for spiritualists."
7. Warren County, New Jersey: This township is home to the paranormal landmark Shades of Death Road.
8. Adams, Tennessee: A popular little town that was the site of the Bell Witch Haunting in the early 19th century.
9. Athens, Ohio: This unnerving town was formerly the home to the Athens Lunatic Asylum.
10. Elmwood, Wisconsin: a friendly town that was supposedly investigated by federal agents after reports of alien activity.
11. Honey Island, Louisiana: a small marshland that's said to be home to the legendary Honey Island Swamp Monster.
12. Estes Park, Colorado: a town that's home to the inspiration for The Shining's Overlook Hotel.
13. Galveston, Texas: This lovely Southern town is said to be teeming with demonic spirits and tortured souls.
14. Jerome, Arizona: This small desert town is home to the Jerome Grand Hotel, a haunted hospital turned hotel.
15. Finally, Shepherdstown, West Virginia: This quaint, riverside town is arguably one of the most haunted towns in all of America.
Colma, California, is actually south of San Francisco. A previous version of this post misstated the location of the town.