Haunted Houses

McRaven House was built in 1797 by Andrew Glass in a town called Walnut Hills. Poltergeist activity has been recorded, along with a civil war soldier's ghost still wearing his Union Army uniform, roaming the ground's at the McRaven House.

The Cadogan Hotel, built in 1887 in London's SW1, off Sloane Square, was at the heart of one of Victorian societies most infamous indiscretions. The 65 room hotel is infamous for being the venue where Oscar Wilde was arrested in room 118.

The Mount Washington Hotel opened in 1902 near Mount Washington, in the town of Carroll, New Hampshire. In 2008 an investigation for the Syfy channel's Ghost Hunters show was carried out, recording evidence of paranormal activity.

Fort Ticonderoga employee's describe it as "A very haunted place". Sightings of floating orbs are common. Maintenance men locking up the Fort late at night have reported seeing the ghost of a Red Coat Soldier in the south barracks.

Built in 1886, the Ohio Reformatory was designed to rehabilitate first-time offenders. After 94 years of operation, the prison's legacy became one of abuse, torture, and murder. Numerous ghosts are said to haunt the prison and it's grounds.

The North Head Quarantine Station is located in New South Wales, overlooking Sydney harbour. Every building on the site is believed to be haunted. Visitors have reported apparitions walking in front of their cars as they leave the site at night.

Built by Henry VIII, St James's Palace is one of the principle residences of the Kings and Queens of England. The most famous ghost that haunts the palace is that of Joseph Sellis's, who's apparition is often seen with his throat slit.

Mysterious sightings and ghostly goings on have been part and parcel of the RAF's Montrose Heritage Centre's history since World War I. As the site of Britain's first operational military airfield, RAF Montrose was set up by the Royal Flying Corps in 1913.

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