30. Seabrook-Wilson House, Port Monmouth, New Jersey
Built in 1663, this house was a tavern during the Revolutionary War and became a hangout for spies. Several ghosts are said to haunt this house, including a woman in white, a little boy, and an apparition that is said to be Captain Morgan.
31. Highway 666, New Mexico
Renamed U.S. Route 491 in 2003, this stretch of road still maintains its status as the Devil’s Highway. A huge slew of reported events pepper this infamous highway, including a flaming truck that attempts to run people off the road and ghosts that show up in backseats.
32. The Amityville Horror House, Amityville, New York
Undoubtedly the country’s most infamous haunted house, 112 Ocean Avenue has been the subject of numerous books, Hollywood films, as well as documentaries. The hauntings experienced by the Lutz family, who moved here right after the DeFeo murders, include moving objects, attacks, levitation, and demonic apparitions.
33. Brown Mountain Lights, Burke and Caldwell Counties, North Carolina
One of the nation’s greatest unexplained mysteries, the Brown Mountain Lights are a series of glowing orbs seen all across the mountain and into the valley below. Various government sponsored investigations have turned up nothing to explain the lights, which are thought to be the spirits of Native Americans.
34. Liberty Memorial Building, Bismarck, North Dakota
Built towards the beginning of the 20th Century, this building has experienced a great deal of paranormal activity, all of which is attributed to a presence known as the Stack Monster. This entity apparently calls out the names of employees, has been seen repeatedly, and opens doors at random.