1. Cahawba in Cahawba, Alabama
Cahawba was Alabama's first state capital, but by the early 20th century, most of the residents had moved and many buildings fell into disrepair. Nowadays it stands as a ghost town. Legend has it that a mysterious glowing orb known as Pegue's ghost haunts a long-gone maze behind the home of Colonel C.C. Pegue.
2. Kenai Cemetery in Kenai, Alaska
3. Vulture Mine in Vulture City, Arizona
4. The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas
5. Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California
6. The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado
7. Holy Land USA in Waterbury, Connecticut
8. Lewes Ferry Terminal in Lewes, Delaware
9. The Ellis Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia
10. Fort East Martello Museum in Key West, Florida
11. Morgan's Corner in Nuuanu, Honolulu, Hawaii
12. Lewiston Civic Theatre in Lewiston, Idaho
13. Bachelor's Grove Cemetery in Midlothian, Illinois
14. Edna Collins Bridge in Greencastle, Indiana
15. Villisca Ax Murder House in Villisca, Iowa
In 1912, this house was the scene of a grisly murder. Josiah and Sarah Moore, their four children, and the young Stillinger sisters, who were visiting, were all viciously murdered with an ax. Creepier still, the murderer left uneaten food out, covered each victim's face with a cloth, and draped linens over all mirrors and windowpanes. The case remains unsolved, but you can visit this house and stay overnight if you dare.
16. LeHunt in Sycamore, Kansas
17. Mammoth Cave National Park in Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
18. Six Flags in New Orleans, Louisiana
This spot isn't haunted, but that doesn't make it any less creepy. The park flooded during Hurricane Katrina and the wind and water damage made it almost completely unsalvageable. It's been used as a filming location for movies like Jurassic World. In addition to the unnerving wreckage, people have also seen alligators hanging out here.
19. Owls Head Light in Owls Head, Maine
20. Edgar Allen Poe House in Baltimore, Maryland
21. The Lizzie Borden House in Fall River, Massachusetts
You've probably heard the rhyme, before but do you know the actual details? In 1892, Andrew and Abby Borden were brutally murdered with an ax in their home. Lizzie Borden was accused of committing the crime and arrested, but she was eventually acquitted. However, she and her sister never returned.The house was turned into a bed-and-breakfast in 1996, so you can sleep in the room where Abby Borden was murdered, if you dare.
22. Glensheen Mansion in Duluth, Minnesota
23. Pere Cheney in Pere Cheney, Michigan
24. McRaven House in Vicksburg, Mississippi
25. Lemp Mansion in St. Louis, Missouri
26. The Old Montana Territorial Prison in Deer Lodge, Montana
27. Hummel Park in Omaha, Nebraska
Over the last several years, unsettling incidents, like the discovery of a body, have taken place at Hummel Park — and with tragic death comes reports of bizarre and unsettling hauntings. The creepiest part of this entire park is at the bottom of the stairs, where many are said to have spotted haunting apparitions.