Some believe that dark places that are not inhabited by humans or in which a murder or any kind of accident occurred, such as fires that killed some residents, are inhabited by ghosts, and this belief is spread everywhere in the world, even in America, which is believed to contain ghost-inhabited places that We review them in this report, according to the websiteinsider“.
Haunted places and buildings
Sloss Ovens, Alabama
Sloss kilns are considered a national historical monument now in America, but in the late nineteenth century, it was a place for the production of iron and then turned it into steel, and there was a man named James who worked as a foreman, and it is said that he put his employees in somewhat inhuman conditions, as No labor laws were proposed at that time.
Temperatures in the kilns often hovered above 100 degrees, and as a result 47 men of the workers, including James himself, fell into the kilns when he slipped and fell in the iron ore, causing his body to melt.
Kennecott has been a remote city in Alaska since 1950, but before that, specifically from 1911 to 1938, it was working in copper mining, but after the copper supply dwindled in the area, the population of Kennicott dwindled, but it is still filled now with many dilapidated wooden buildings. So many people that ghosts of former miners and railroad workers inhabit these buildings.
Dutch State Park, Arizona
believed to be a gold mine Lost Dutchman It is located in Dutch State Park in Arizona, and although its exact location is unclear, the park is said to be haunted by the spirits of people who have died over the years in search of the mine..
Dutch State Park
Crescent Hotel, Arkansas
The Crescent Hotel is located in Arkansas, and is believed to be filled with many ghosts who are said to have frequented the hotel.
Bodie City, California
Bodie, California, is a ghost town that was turned into a state park in the late 19th century, and its homes are believed to be filled with ghosts.
St. Elmo, Colorado
The residents of St. Elmo, Colorado, were working in the mines in the late nineteenth century, and after a while the residents abandoned it after the mines closed, and many came to believe that it was one of the cities filled with ghosts of former residents, such as the ghost of a lady named Annabelle Stark, who was living in the city.
Old Newgate Prison, Connecticut
The Old Newgate Prison was Connecticut’s first prison, operating from 1773 to 1827, holding prisoners of war during the Revolutionary War, and many people believe the site is haunted by the ghosts of soldiers and prisoners who died trying to escape from the prison.
Old Newgate Prison