Known for its unsettling above-ground vaults, this group of three cemeteries has many notable residents, but perhaps the most infamous is Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, who is said to grant wishes for visitors who perform a ritual and leave an offering.
Built in 1910 for the purpose of housing tuberculosis paintings, the hospital was forced to expand considerably following an outbreak. Even a conservative estimate places the death toll at the hospital around 8,000 at the time of its closing in 1962, and those dead are said to haunt the building now.
Lemp Mansion, St. Louis, MO
The Lemp family once owned a brewery that made them rich and powerful in St. Louis. That is, until tragedy befell the family. Several generations of suicide plagued the Lemps, and their house now has a reputation as one of the most haunted buildings in the United States.
St. Augustine Light, St. Augustine, FL
Built at the site of a previous lighthouse which collapsed, this one is said to be haunted by the daughters of the superintendent who lead the construction of the current lighthouse, both of whom drowned in an accident there.
The Mütter Museum, Philadelphia, PA
If you find preserved human specimens morbid, this is definitely not the place for you because it’s stocked full of them. If those don’t bother you, how does an entire extracted human colon sound?
Have you ever seen something, and then had a really negative feeling about it? So negative you just had to get away from it? These 8 photos are a perfect of example of when you might say NOPE, NOPE, and NOPE!
These creepy things that kids have told their babysitters might make your arm hair stand on end. Some kids are known to have a “6th sense”, and they are able to see and hear things many adults would NEVER want to even imagine! I do have to admit, these stories gave ME the CREEPS!