If you want a great chance of seeing some bosslike paranormal activity going down, then you need to visit these haunted places in the USA!
Gettysburg Battlefield, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA
On July 3rd, 1863, one of the bloodiest battles of the US Civil War went down at Gettysburg Battlefield. 8,000 soldiers were killed there, so it’s no surprise that you’d find some crazy-ass ghosts to haunt you. Reported ghost encounters with moaning and screaming are very common at Gettysburg. People also seem to hear gun and cannon fire, so the ghosts must still be duking it out on the battlefield like a boss!

Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast, Fall River, Massachusetts, USA
The house where Lizzie Borden massacred people with an axe is open for you to go visit like a boss. You can even stay overnight, if you dare! Try not to get chopped up, while you’re there!

Rolling Hills Asylum, Bethany, New York, USA
The Asylum was opened in 1827 and used to be a “poor farm”, meaning it offered housing to anyone ranging from widows and orphans to drunks and lunatics. Even a few murderers stayed there! In the 1990s, it was briefly turned into a mall for antiques, but people noticed paranormal activity and its reputation as one of the spookiest places in the United States was quickly established!

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
This former prison was home to none other than Al Capone himself! Reportedly, even Al was bothered by ghosts during his stay. Today, it is open for tours and considered to easily be one of the most haunted places in the United States. Every October, the operators of the former prison do a haunted house, just so your real ghost encounters also get mixed with some fake ones!

The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado, USA
Stephen King wrote his book “The Shining” after staying in room 217 of this hotel. There have been numerous reports of paranormal activity at the Stanley. Ghost hunters still regularly visit it and the hotel is actually a very elegant resort destination, which can be quite enjoyable when ghosts aren’t haunting you!

Now you know about our top five most haunted places in the United States. There are many more ghost-ridden places, but these would be the ones we’d visit first to let some spooky encounters scare the crap out of us!