Friday, June 10, 2011

5 Famous haunted building in America

1. The Winchester Mystery House

In 1881, Sarah Winchester, widow of famous gun maker Oliver Winchester, all of a sudden believe that he should get protection from all the spirits of people killed by these weapons. A psychic tells her that it's good he continues to make more room in his house in San Jose, California, so the ghosts who try to discover he's going to be confused. Sarah believes and he kept doing this for 40 years, adding more than 100 rooms and staircases, until her death in 1922. After he died, apparently Sarah's ghost still come and walk among the rooms in his house. The building was until now the attraction for tourists.

2. The Amityville Horror

13 November 1974, six members of the family in Amityville, New York, was killed by one of the children in the family, Ronald Jr.. ("Butch") DeFeo. In the trial, DeFeo claimed that he was encouraged by the power of Satan was at home was to kill. The new owner of the house with the address of 112 Ocean Avenue, also admitted to experiencing a variety of spooky phenomena, which is finally written in the novels and horror movies. But all the supernatural events were never proven and successful lawyer DeFeo acknowledge that all stories there was just a lie.

3. Alcatraz

Corals at the same time the world's most famous prison located in the San Francisco Bay, the successful trapping many people's imagination in many films and books. Prison, a cold, dark and depressing it is many times a silent witness to the murder, rebellion, suicide and various other scary things for 29 years he became a prison. During that time also, Alcatraz produce various stories about the sound
strange, the cells are closed by itself, screams with an unclear origin, and various kinds of terrifying apparitions.

4. Pondok Fox Brothers

This phenomenon is not as well known elsewhere, but the Fox brothers' hut this is probably the most important haunted house, because ever since this phenomenon appears, then many of the standard haunted house set according to a story in this house, this cottage even launched a new confidence. In 1848, Hydesville, western New York, two sisters, Maggie and Katie Fox began to communicate with the ghost of the murdered merchant. Both these brothers, with the sort of question and answer session spirits, ask anything, with the answer, the typing of the mysterious. Many people are fascinated, even awed their own mother and believe that this is really a question and answer session with the dead. But the two brothers finally recognize that their actions are just playing games. But the emerging belief, Spiritualism, still survive and running.

5. White House

The Washington, DC, housing the U.S. president was of course has played host to many tragedies that occurred during some of this century. Starting this house burned in 1814 by British troops, up to several times the experiment (and some are successful) murder. One of the spooky story that there is a ghost of Abraham Lincoln. Abe's widow, Mary Todd, strengthen the souls of question and answer session at the White House. Another famous ghost also include Andrew Jackson, Dolley Madison and Abigail Adams, although they are now rarely seen.