Have you ever thought of visiting the real scariest haunted houses in the USA? The rumors of all those paranormal activities and ghosts are true, would you believe? Visiting these destinations gives goosebumps, but some people love that scary experience. Though some scariest places are banned by the USA government because they are might very dangerous for you, so respect the order and do not visit them. But do not be upset there are some haunted places that are not banned.
If you are among those who want to explore the unsolved haunted mysteries, you have come to the right place. Here, let see what are those real Haunted Houses in the USA where you can visit.
Real Scariest Haunted Houses in the USA
Winchester House – California
Winchester House is among the most haunted houses not only in the United States but it is also popular worldwide. The scary story behind the Haunted Winchester House is that the people who were shot by the Winchester rifle reside here as ghosts. Doesn’t this scare you to visit such a place? But actually, it is quite interesting to visit the house for other reasons as well.
The architecture of the house is so popular as there are more than 10000 windows and 2000 doors with a large number of rooms. So, you can stay in any room and experience the real scary house. You can visit here once the situation of the pandemic gets better.
Villisca Murder House – Lowa
What if you got a chance to visit a place where 8 people were mercilessly killed? It is known as the Villisca Axe Murder house. This place is too scary, even a man stabbed himself and was found dead after he observes some paranormal activities in the house. The house was renovated in the early 90s but still, it is in good condition. You can surely stay at this haunted house by paying few hundred bucks. Stay at your own risk and note that this place has no electricity or water service.
Sallie House – Kansas
Another haunted house in the USA is The Sallie House. Well, from past experiences, people believe the ghostly rumors of this house are true because they observed many paranormal activities like the whispering of a girl, noises, light fluctuations, etc. The story behind this haunted house is of a dead girl named ‘Sallie’ bound with a demon. You can visit this place if you want to discover the mysteries of this house.
The House Of Death – New York
As the name suggests, House of Death is one of the most haunted places in the US. The thought of a single ghost can terrify anyone, then what about a house with 22 ghosts inside. In those 22 ghosts, one of them is the famous author ‘Mark Twain’. Well, the place is not open for casual visits by tourists because of private apartments inside the building.
Lizzie Borden House – Massachusetts
Lizzie, a girl, was accused of killing her father and stepmother with an ax. At night, people heard the screams of the maid as the maid screamed when she found Lizzie’s dead parent’s dead bodies. Later, also there were rumors of a girl laughing. The house of Lizzie is now a place to have breakfast, the same breakfast as her parents ate before the murder. It will be a thrilling and terrifying experience for you that you surely don’t want to miss.
The Whaley House Museum – California
In 1852, James Robinson (also known as Yankee Jim)was hanged for the crime of huge robbery. After some years, Thomas and Anna Whaley constructed their house in the same place where Robinson was hanged. After some time the couple saw Yankee Jim’s ghost and also heard the sound of steps around the house.
The house is too scary, in the 1960s, the U.S.A government declare the Whaley House as haunted as after Yankee Jim, both Whaley couple, a young girl, and even a dog, also spotted coming from the grave. To visit this haunted house, you need to check its website further for details.
Don’t get excited just by listening to these stories, these are actual Haunted Houses in the USA, and if you are faint-hearted, avoid visiting these places. These might be rumors but God knows the reality of these places. You can’t just go there and have a visit inside. Some Haunted Houses even have their official websites for booking in advance.