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What Famous Haunted Place Have You Visited?
#21
Mt. Vernon is supposedly haunted by George Washington. I went there twice, I didn't see him. Supposedly he hangs out in the study. But it was so busy and crazy I doubt he would've showed anyway. lol
He's been rumored to be seen at other places as well. Who knows.
Residual perhaps.
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The answer may annihilate the question and the questioner."
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#22
Tower of London...stupidly went in there without my shields up and got totally bombarded...ended up literally running madly in circles to find the exits down and finished with my hubby having to put my head down into my knees to get calm again!! This was many years ago now and I certainly wouldn't go there again without my protections up!!
You walk in the long grass and wonder why you can not see!!
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#23
The only famous haunted location I visited was Gettysburg. My cousin lives 25 minutes from it.
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#24
I've been to the Winchester Mystery House.

I thought it was lovely and had lovely gardens. It was also neat to have everything Rose-sized, as the woman must have been about my height.

I didn't have any paranormal experiences there, though.
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#25
(02-26-2013, 05:08 PM)CareTaker Wrote: Have you ever visited one of those "famous" haunted places?

What did you think?

I have the hellfire caves not far from me and still havent visited!! Next on the list


Oxford castle was good! Strange noises, eerie atmosphere and I even caught what looks like someone being dragged backwards across the floor!! Ill be posting the footage very soon!
(06-28-2014, 01:12 PM)DonHodgio Wrote:
(02-26-2013, 05:08 PM)CareTaker Wrote: Have you ever visited one of those "famous" haunted places?

What did you think?

I have the hellfire caves not far from me and still havent visited!! Next on the list


Oxford castle was good! Strange noises, eerie atmosphere and I even caught what looks like someone being dragged backwards across the floor!! Ill be posting the footage very soon!

Been to some not so famous abandoned hospitals and mental asylums too which were good apart from all the asbestos!!
Footage of below slowed down and tried to make slightly clearer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koAR3qHV0bA

Footage taken from Oxford Castle - ghost body being dragged across the floor?? http://Youtu.be/ancllQJWe6w
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#26
Stayed overnight at the Myrtles Plantation twice.
That was a total trip.

Stuff was happening during the day even!

There was an active portal in the upstairs portrait of the Judge Woodruff. The pixels in our camera were moving and undulating about.
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#27
Been to Alcatraz too last year, and Goldfield City, Nevada, but not inside the Goldfield Hotel, which would be a dream come true..
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#28
Gettysburg Battlefield, The US Capitol, Arlington National Cemetery, Alcatraz, The Cashtown Inn, Gettysburg, PA., Fredericksburg Battlefield and town, Fredericksburg, VA., US NAVAL ACADEMY, Red Onion Saloon, Skagway, AK., Grand Canyon, Hopi Navaho Reservation, Death Valley, Hollywood Memorial Park, Hull House, Midlothian Turnpike, Chicago, Il., and I can go on for quite a while on places I have been to that were 'haunted' over past 60 yrs. but I don't have time or patience to do so. Hope you will excuse me.Smile
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#29
I've a laundry list of haunted places I've visited, some more famous than others... but, ah... here we go:

In London, England:
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London, England
St. James Palace
The Tower of London
... probably a few more places I didn't know were haunted. This goes for the other 3 European countries I've visited.

In Massachusetts:
Salem, MA-- I stayed in the Hawthorne Hotel & I've seen Burying Point & The House of Seven Gables, among other places.

In Pennsylvania:
Gettysburg Battlefield (Twice)
... not haunted (that I know of), but I did visit Centralia.

In the DC area:
Arlington National cemetery and several civil war battlefields-- Antietam, Fredericksburg, most notably.

In California-
I've seen the Hollywood sign, been to the RMS Queen Mary, and I've visited Winchester Mystery House... probably have a lot more stories, but I didn't know the places were haunted.

In Louisiana:
St. Louis Cemetery No. 1
Myrtles Plantation
LaLaurie House
Pretty much the whole damned French Quarter =)

In Arizona (My home state):
Been to both the N and S rim of the Grand Canyon.
Jerome, Arizona- pick a place....Jerome Grand and the Gold King Mine
Bisbee, Arizona- Tons of haunted buildings... but I've been in the Hotel LaMore, the Bisbee Grand, The Oliver House. I stayed a night in the Copper Queen (no dice on the ghosts there. Slept fine, but apparently my room was on the "not haunted" side.)
Tucson, AZ-- tons of haunted places there... Hotel Congress, Fort Lowell, the Amtrack Station, The Pioneer, The Hotel Arizona (or whatever it's called now) which is pretty damned spooky, ... and probably the freakiest place downtown (before it was demolished in 2009) was the Santa Rita Hotel. I have more Tucson places, but I don't want to be awake all night.
Tombstone, AZ- Boothill, The Birdcage Theater, the OK Corral, and about 20 other not-so-famous places in that town.
Highway 93 (a la the ghost bus) out near Wickenburg and the Vulture Mine (which is haunted)
Phoenix, AZ- Hotel San Carlos
Flagstaff, AZ- Hotel Monte Vista and that other one... I forget the name... but it's just up the street from the Monte Vista

That's all I can think of off the top of my mind.

I really want to go back east and see Penn State Penitentiary.... and a few other places I've read about.

For me, it's not the super-reputedly haunted places that I like... it's not not-so-hyped ones... because they're often really creepy.
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#30
I've been to the Myrtles Plantation in St Francesville, Louisiana several times. It's a lovely plantation home, but no more than that. Certainly not haunted.
'A phantom,' said my Uncle Mycroft, who had just materialised, 'is essentially a heteromorphic wave pattern that gains solidity when the apparition converts thermal energy from the surroundings to visible light. It's a fascinating process and I'm amazed no one has thought of harnessing it - a holographic TV that could operate from the heat given off by an average-size guinea pig.' ~ First Among Sequels, Jasper Fforde
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