Birmingham's Sloss Furnaces, the most haunted place in Alabama, was once a steel plant that operated from 1882 to the 1970s, and now visitors and workers report encountering the angry spirit of foreman James "Slag" Wormwood who fell into the melted ore in 1906.
The historic Red Onion Saloon in Skagway, Alaska, built in 1897 as a notorious bordello, is now said to be haunted by Lydia, the ghost of one of its mistresses who occasionally waters the saloon's plants and wanders the upper floors, but is also known to be hostile towards men.
Red Onion Saloon
Yuma Territorial Prison in Arizona, operational for 33 years, is said to be haunted due to the dark energy of prisoners who were kept in solitary confinement, causing visitors to feel cold and uneasy, despite no executions taking place on the site.
Yuma Territorial Prison
The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, built in 1886, claims to be the most haunted hotel in America, with a mischievous red-haired ghost named Michael, believed to be a former hotel builder, frequently playing tricks with lights, doors and TVs.
The Queen Mary in Long Beach, California, known as the “Grey Ghost,” is said to be inhabited by up to 150 spirits, including a crew member and a woman in white, making it a spooky yet grand destination for ghost hunters and history enthusiasts alike.
The Queen Mary