Between 1644 and 1647, Matthew Hopkins traveled throughout England, examining suspected witches and various witnesses. He was successful in his own mind, finding more than 300 women guilty of associating with the devil and seeing them hanged because of it.
Located in San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Federal Prison was in operation from 1934 to 1963 and was said to be America’s strongest prison. Alcatraz is also said to be one of the most haunted places in the United States.
Teresita Basa was stabbed to death in her apartment in Chicago, 1977. After the case went cold, her spirit seemingly possessed another woman and named her killer.
In 1991, this seemingly idyllic mansion perched on the Hudson River in Nyack, New York, was declared legally haunted.
There were whispers around the village that Charles Walton was a witch. Was he murdered as a “blood sacrifice”?
From disembodied voices, screams, and giggles to mysterious apparitions, all of these hotels are all said to be a hot spot for paranormal activity.
In a rural farming town of Watseka, approximately 85 miles south of Chicago, Illinois, something otherworldly was going down between 1877 and 1878.
From a Victorian style home in New England to a Grand Mansion in New Orleans, these houses simply look like your average historic home. However, what went on behind these doors was anything other than ordinary.
There’s something haunting yet fascinating about abandoned towns. Have a look at some of our favourite derelict towns that stand as eerie monuments to bygone eras.
In 1992, something otherworldly took place along the A70 road on the outskirts of Scotland.