Moundsville Penitentiary in West Virginia was a violent facility, housing nearly 1,000 criminals. Despite its closure in 1995, tortured spirits may still be present in the prison's bowels.

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, once Weston State Hospital, housed mental illness patients from 1864-1994. Ghosts haunt site, with paranormal tours and Ghost Hunt offering 8-hour experiences.

Villisca Axe Murder House, a 1912 crime scene in Villisca, IA, was restored in 1994, offering a chilling atmosphere with ax-related visions and paranormal activity.

Jerome, AZ, is a ghostly town with a paranormal reputation, including Sammie Dean, a prostitute whose spirit roams alleys searching for her killer, who was never found.

Cuban Club, Tampa's Ybor City neighborhood, was a popular hangout for Cuban immigrants in 1917. Today, protected by the National Historic Register, it hosts concerts and ghost stories.

Fort Mifflin, a 1771 Revolutionary War battlefield, is haunted by ghosts, including a screaming woman, a faceless man, a tour guide in revolutionary garb, and numerous children and dogs.

Moon River Brewery, a Savannah-based establishment, reopened in 1999, transforming an 1821 City Hotel into a haunted bar with a history of violence and apparitions.

The Sultan's Palace, a French Quarter gem, was once haunted by a wealthy man with multiple wives and a harem, whose death remains a mystery.

Tiger Girl, Toni Jo Henry, the first woman in Texas to die in an electric chair, is buried in Calcasieu Courthouse, causing screams and burning hair.

The Eastern State Penitentiary, a notoriously large, Quaker-driven prison, imposed strict rules, isolation, and punishment, with guards hooding inmates and a skylight as a source of light.