The Phantom Voice
the phantom voice
In 1901, the Kennebec Arsenal in Augusta was turned into a psychiatric hospital where thousands were buried in unmarked graves, after horrific treatments. The facility closed in 2004, however there have been many reports of hearing cries and screams coming from inside and stories of spirits roaming around.
Although the NH state hospital in Concord is abandoned, explorers have ventured into the brutal asylum reported feeling cold spots, heard screams, and saw objects being pushed off tables.
The High Life Ski Club in Chittenden was home to a William and Horatio Zephaniah, who claimed to be mediums and would hold sitting sessions to connect with the dead after they transformed the farm into an inn.
In Fall River, MA, you can spend the night a Lizzie Borden’s house, where she allegedly brutally murdered her father and stepmother. If you stay here, you can expect to hear weeping, see shoes moving across the floor, and witness a ghost tucking you into bed at night.
Union Cemetery, in Easton CT is haunting to the next level. There have been reports of seeing a lady in a white nightgown, with red eyes, roaming the cemetery. In addition to the spooky lady, mists, light rods, and orbs have been seen in pictures that were taken here.
The Biltmore Hotel in Providence was named America’s most haunted hotel in 2000, and was said to be the inspiration for the show Bates Motel. Many satanic rituals were conducted here and guests say they still hear chatter from other rooms. One report says that sometimes guests will simply vanish during the night.
Heard of the movie, Amityville Horror? That was based off a real house on 103 Ocean Ave Amityville, New york. In 1974, Ronald DeFeo shot and killed 6 of his family members in that home. A year later when a new family moved in, they were haunted by paranormal activity for the whole 28 days they lived there.