America’s Most Haunted Locations

Whether you are a believer or not, the paranormal is something that has always been part of human culture. In fact, only one-in-five will only actually believe in spirits. Women are more likely to believe in the paranormal over men (33 percent women versus 26 percent men).

Throughout the U.S. there have been reported sightings of activity, most have occurred in areas with a lot of historical value. This infographic not only explores the most haunted homes in the U.S., but also the most haunted cities as well (these include: New Orleans, Baltimore, Savannah, Charleston, San Antonio, Salem, Charlotte, Gettysburg and others).

According to the infographic, around 29% of Americans felt in touch with someone who has died. One in five believes they have been in the presence of a ghost. Seances, a way to communicate with the dead, can be traced back to the 3rd century but became popular in the 1800s.

The infographic enumerates the popular paranormal investigation shows, cities with the most paranormal activity and the most haunted homes in the U.S. The Whaley House in San Diego, Ca is one of the famous alleged haunted houses.In 1887, the house was built where the town’s gallows previously stood. It is reportedly the #1 most haunted house in the U.S. The list includes the Myrtles Plantation, the Amityville House, Villisca Axe Murder House, and Lizzie Borden House. For example, over 100 years ago, in 1912, eight people were murdered in their beds at Villisca Axe Murder House. Lizzie Borden allegedly killed her father and stepmother with an axe in 1892.

If you are interested in the paranormal and ghost, this infographic would give you insights where are located some of the most popular haunted houses in the USA. Read for each of them scaring and disturbing facts that might make you terrified and astonished.