Winchester Mansion

San Jose, CA

The Winchester Mystery House was the private residence of Sarah Winchester, widow of William Wirt Manchester, Treasurer of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. It is located in San Jose, California. The house is now a famous tourist attraction. The house is notorious for its style, extravagance and more importantly for having been under construction for […]

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Queen Mary Oceanliner

Long Beach, CA

RMS Queen Mary is a retired ocean liner that was ordered in 1929 and launched on September 26th 1934. The famous liner retired on December 1st 1967 after a long career at sea. It was operated by Cunard White Star Line. The liner was then turned into a hotel, restaurant as well as a museum […]

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Gettysburg Battlefield

Gettysburg, PA

The Gettysburg Battlefield is sadly notorious for being one of the most haunted locations in the USA. The Battle of Gettysburg, which was undoubtedly a major turning point in the American Civil War, took place from the 1st until 3rd of July 1863. The former battleground where Americans fought Americans is known worldwide for its […]

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The Stanley Hotel

The Stanley Hotel

Estes Park, CO

The Stanley Hotel is located in Estes Park, Colorado and very close to the Rocky Mountain National Park. The building officially opened on July 4, 1909. It was always intended to be a place for the wealthy people of the time. The style of the hotel can be categorized as Colonial also known as neo-Georgian. […]

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Bell Witch Cave

Adams, TN

The Bell With Cave is located in Adams, Tennessee, close to the Bell Farm Site. It is what we call a Karst Cave due to its geological formation. It is 490 feet long and is now a private property. Plenty of guided tours are organized throughout the summer as well as in October. Bell Witch […]

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Lizzie Borden House

Fall River, MA

The History Built in 1845 and restored to its original Victorian splendour, the famous Lizzie Borden House is a private home. In fact, it has been a privately owned property since 1892. The Residence was built in 1845 and at the time, the house was divided and shared by two families. Lizzie Borden House is […]

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St. Augustine Lighthouse

St. Augustine, Fl

The St. Augustine Lighthouse stands on the north end of Anastasia Island, Florida, within the vicinity of St Augustine to be precise. The construction of the current lighthouse ended in 1874 and is currently the property of the St Augustine Lighthouse and Museum, Inc. The building and nearby land are open to the public. All […]

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Alcatraz Prison

San Francisco, CA

Who hasn’t heard of Alcatraz? Even Hollywood made movies, TV shows and games about the most famous prison in the world. Now open to tours and visits, you reach the isolated island by ferry departing from a Pier near the Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. The tours are very entertaining but you must prepare yourself […]

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The Myrtles Plantation

St. Francisville, LA

The Myrtles Plantation, located in St Francisville, Louisiana is one of these historical southern mansions tied to the history of the region and the country. The Myrtles Plantation is officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a privately owned Bed and Breakfast and offers guided tours throughout the year. The antebellum […]

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Rolling Hills Asylum

Rolling Hills Asylum

East Bethany, NY

Rolling Hills Asylum is located in the small village of E. Bethany, NY. The very first name of the site was “The Genesee County Poor Farm”. It then became known as the Rolling Hills Asylum. The huge brick building of around 53,000 Square feet opened in January 1827. Its primary purpose was to accommodate a […]

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