History of haunted houses, What are some famous haunted houses

History Of Haunted Houses             Every town, every city will have people where people would often discuss about haunted places and haunted houses. While some of the stories of such haunted houses were just abandoned or there are others which have a long record of supernatural things happening.


History Of Haunted Houses

One such haunted house is the Myrtles Plantation, St. Francisville, Louisiana. The Myrtles got featured in magazines like the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Life, Family Circle, Southern Living, and Life. In fact, the U.S. Tourist Bureau has listed it as an authentic haunted house and there are many people who would know it as one of the most haunted houses in America.

It was built in the year 1796 by General David Bradford, and what followed after was very tragic. General Bradford then sold off the house to Clarke Woodruff, who was actually his son-in-law. Clark Woodruff had kept a house slave whose name was Cloe.


What Are Some Famous Haunted Houses ?

What Are Some Famous Haunted Houses

Houses are said to be haunted always. We haunt the houses when are alive and after we lose our lives our ghosts does the same. Firstly, our laughter fills the walls and then also our moans. Firstly, our joy reaches the ceiling and then also pain.

Here are some of the famous houses that are haunted with people’s ghosts:

1. 112 Ocean Avenue House aka The Amityville Horror House:
This is known as the very famous horror house all over the world. The movie “The Amityville Horror” is based on this house. The story begins with Ronald DeFeo Jr. shooting the 6 members from his own family. The person is still serving his term in jail, which is in New York. The family that stayed in the house in 1975,More...