5. St. Augustine, FL
St. Augustine is the nation’s oldest city and the first permanently-inhabited European settlement. Castillo de San Marcos, an incredible star-shaped fort, is rumored to be one of the most haunted spots, and the St. Augustine Lighthouse has appeared on the popular TV show Ghost Hunters.
4. San Antonio, TX
San Antonio is regarded as the most haunted city in the state of Texas, with dozens of ghostly sightings throughout its quarters. The city is also the historic site of the Battle of the Alamo, and the garrison is said to be haunted by those who perished during it.
3. Salem, MA
Salem makes the list as the site of the infamous Salem witch trials in the 1600s. Gallows Hill is believed to be haunted by the spirits of the 19 “witches” hanged there and the town is known as “Witch City, USA.” Regardless of whether or not you believe in ghosts, Salem has among the biggest Halloween parties in the state for folks of all ages…and beliefs.
2. Gettysburg, PA
The Gettysburg Civil War conflict resulted in result, it American casualties and as a 51,000 is believed that nearly all 40 miles of the Gettysburg battle fields have paranormal activity. The city is home to many phantoms that arrive in pictures, such as the ghost of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
1. GA, Savannah
The American Institute of Parapsychology named Savannah “America’s Most Haunted City” in 2012. General Sherman in the Civil War was home to a Revolutionary War battleground and caught the city. Many tourists choose to take haunted ghost tours while they are excited to learn about the city made famous by the bestselling book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, and ’re in town.
Those listed above ‘top 10 Most Haunted Cities in America’ show most of places in the dark that we want to visit. However if you’re frightened of the dark, set these urban areas on your list of cities to avoid!