Top 40 Most Haunted Places in America | blameitonjorge

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  1. are you fucking serious, why is everyone talking in different audio quality and sometimes as if you spin around it? is it to hard for you to watch the audio tracks or do corrections in general?

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  2. Pro tip: if said "haunted" location is a business or commercial tourist spot, the "hauntings" are fake and the so-called history of the ghost entirely made up. Despite what Scooby Doo led us to believe, hauntings are huge $$$ generators.

    Second pro tip: a list like this would be more credible if every single item on it wasn't described as "most haunted cemetery/house/spot" in America/State/City/CowPasture.

    Third pro tip: DO SOME RESEARCH & EDITING ON YOUR LIST. You list both "Gettysburg" and "Devils Den" as separate entries — well, kudos for actually mentioning that the Den is part of Gettysburg, I guess. But then you say the Den had — quote — "fifty-one thousand" deaths" (51,000), and then state Gettysburg had "15 thousand" people killed overall. Even a cursory glance at Gettysburg info would've told you that the Den had about 2000 (two thousand) deaths, tops, and Gettysburg overall was about 51,000 casualties (dead, missing, wounded), with maybe 8000 killed — the Confederate dead & other casualties were hard to track. Do NOT make the mistake of thinking "casualties" = "dead". Casualties are any soldier taken out of action for any reason: wounded, missing, killed, or dead from illness/infection.

    And if Franklin Castle is as run-down as your clips seem to indicate, there's a perfectly valid reason for wonky electricity, and it ain't ghosts. Ditto with "orbs" — seriously, people, dust does pick up light from the cameras and other sources. Dust in wooded areas and old buildings isn't as good story material as "ghosts", I guess.

    Btw, the Athens OH one (the Ridges asylum) isn't a haunting. The body imprint is real, a chemical reaction from decomposition with crap that had built up on the floor after that particular area was closed off. But I am glad to see you didn't fall for the usual bullshit "ghost" stories that get repeated ad nauseum about Athens.

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  3. Revelation 19:11-16 11I saw heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose rider is called Faithful and True. With justice he judges and wages war. 12His eyes are like blazing fire, and on his head are many crowns. He has a name written on him that no one knows but he himself. 13He is dressed in a robe dipped in blood, and his name is the Word of God. 14The armies of heaven were following him, riding on white horses and dressed in fine linen, white and clean. 15Coming out of his mouth is a sharp sword with which to strike down the nations. "He will rule them with an iron scepter." He treads the winepress of the fury of the wrath of God Almighty. 16On his robe and on his thigh he has this name written: king of kings and LORD of lords.

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  4. I'm almost certain I've driven by the "Devil School" multiple times but never thought twice about it. So weird.

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  5. not to rain on the parade, but i once talked to an employee who works at the winchester mystery house because i was a barista at a coffee shop in that area and this girl came in for coffee and told me she was on a break from work, and that she worked at the winchester house as a tour guide. i asked her if she's experienced anything weird in the house and she said no. in fact the most exciting thing she said about it is the food.

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  6. you need to do more obscure ones that people don't know about , like from the books weird us the bridgewater triangle in ma any one?

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  7. 20 haunted places in America are
    1. Toy R Us Sport Basement – Sunnyvale, CA
    2. Galster Park – West Covina, CA
    3. Griffin Park – LA, CA
    4. Spring Hill Cemetery Brooksville, FL
    5. Westfield Horton Plaza – San Diego, CA *
    6. Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco, CA *
    7. Cathedral Bridge – Portland, OR
    8. Colorado Street Bridge – Pasadena, CA *
    9. Cecil Hotel – LA, CA
    10. San Felipe RD – San Jose, CA
    11. Marsh RD – Milpitas, CA
    12. Bachelor's Grove Cemetery – Chicago, IL
    13. LaLaurie Mansion – New Orleans, LA ( Louisiana )
    14. Savannah, GA
    15. Eastern State Penitentiary – Philadelphia, PA
    16. Pine Barrens, NJ
    17. Pittock Mansion – Portland, OR
    18. Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum – Weston, WV
    19. Poinsett Bridge – Greenville, SC
    20. Cahawba, Alabama
    Bonus
    1. Faulkner House Books – New Orleans, LA
    2. Crescent Hotel – Eureka Springs, AK
    3. Dock Street Theatre – Charleston, SC
    4. Mizpah Hotel – Tonopah, NV
    5. San Fernando Cathedral – San Antonio, TX
    6. Lincoln Park Zoo – Chicago, IL
    7. New Amsterdam Theatre – New York, NY
    8. Moon River Brewing Company – Savannah, GA
    9. Devil’s Tramping Ground – NC
    10. Calcasieu Courthouse – Lake Charles, LA
    11. Masonic Temple – Detroit, MI
    12. Queen Anne Hotel – San Francisco, CA
    13. Sheffield Island Lighthouse – Norwalk, CT
    14. Big K Mart – Parkersburg, WV
    15. Mt Hamilton – San Jose, CA
    16. Kea Mill – Murrieta, CA
    17. Sunshine Skyway Bridge – Tampa Bay, FL *
    18. George Washington Memorial Bridge – Seattle, WA *
    19. George Washington Bridge – New York City, NY *
    20. Bally’s Resort & Casino – Las Vegas, NV
    21. Kings Park Psychiatric Center – King Park, NY

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  8. Wish you did some from Evergreen Co, I have stories I lived there as a child right across from the Brookforest Inn and as a child I saw one pretty creepy things

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  9. I'm curious what the name of the music is playing through most of the video. It's gorgeous and creepy at the same time. Great work on the narrations guys!

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  10. My house is an actual haunted house. 2 people died in it. My grandma's parents we feel there presence its unsettling knowing there in the afterlife and see or even feel sudden chills from there presence

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  11. I've been to the Stanley hotel. Haven't seen or heard anything paranormal, but I felt like someone was watching over me at all times

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  12. No offense to all who partook in this video as narrators, but man, I thought Zelda Rubinstein was was doing a lousy job narrating Scariest Places On Earth where she tried her best to sound spooky, but only ended up sounding very annoying

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  13. ZOINKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱

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  14. At least you got the locations right… Even if you pronounce the names wrong, and a lot of the details missing or wrong… Which is what I'd expect from narrators from the UK.

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  15. villagers: *massive trading process *
    also villagers: hide in house because of the dark and mobs
    ghasts while watching this video: DOES SPOOKY DANCE

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  16. Anybody that likes podcasts check out astonishing legends, their series on the sallie house was fucking intense. I fully believe Scott's experience too, the way he describes it. They've actually covered a number of these hauntings and they go pretty in depth on all their subjects.

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  17. Im a local to Athens! The ridges has actually been partly renovated and Is now the Kenedy art Museum! Ive allways noted though that theyre is a steange amount of vultures that circle the place and hang arround the furnace….

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  18. Every single thing you said about Annie Lytle school in Jacksonville Florida is bullshit. No one calls it the Devil School. We call it school #4. The stories of abuse, murder, & explosion were all fiction created long after it closed for good. The fire didn't happen until mid-late 90's. The scariest thing about it is the infestation of homeless squatters. Do some research for crying out loud.

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  19. “One died of a heart attack, the other died of cancer….”
    Yeah that’s super paranormal. Only the top two most common ways to die…..

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