7 Haunted US Sites - Which One Will You Choose?

Haunted US Sites are great places to visit if you love a good thrill. Spooky figures and noises have all been documented at these locations. Whether you believe in the paranormal or not, it’s undeniable that there is something eerie at these Haunted US Sites. So take a deep breath and grab your flashlight while we explore these 7 Haunted Sites in the US.

1. Crescent Hotel – Eureka Springs, AR

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The Crescent Hotel is known as "America’s Most Haunted Hotel" which is why it tops my list of Haunted US Sites. The Crescent was met with tragedy from the very beginning. An Irish stonemason, Michael, was building the hotel in 1885 when he fell to his death. Some say he never left, however, because people have reported seeing Michael walking down the halls of the Crescent. In 1937, Norman G. Baker bought the hotel and turned it into a hospital and health resort. Here he would operate on patients. There was one problem, however – he had no medical training. Many died under his care here and some still lurk in the shadows. Most notably though is Theodora, a cancer patient of Dr. Baker. You can find her in one of the suites at the Crescent eternally searching for her missing room key. His patients aren’t the only ones who can’t seem to rest in peace though. Dr. Baker himself can be seen walking throughout the hotel in his signature white suit and lavender shirt. One thing that sets the Crescent Hotel apart from other haunted sites is that they have a haunted feline as well. Morris the Cat can be found in the hotel lobby from time to time. If you ever visit Eureka Springs, I strongly suggest you take the Crescent Hotel ghost tour to learn more about the ghosts mentioned here and many others as well!

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