The Top 8 Most Terrifying Places in America

The Winchester Mystery House - San Jose, California: Explore this maze-like mansion with staircases leading to nowhere, believed to be haunted by spirits seeking redemption.

Eastern State Penitentiary - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Once a formidable prison, this abandoned structure echoes with the ghosts of former inmates.

The Amityville Horror House - Amityville, New York: The site of a gruesome crime, this house is infamous for paranormal activity that allegedly forced its inhabitants to flee.

Skinwalker Ranch - Uintah County, Utah: A hotbed of paranormal phenomena, from UFO sightings to shape-shifting creatures, adds to the mystique of this ranch.

Bell Witch Cave - Adams, Tennessee: The cave near the infamous Bell Witch haunting, where visitors report eerie encounters and unexplained phenomena.

The Stanley Hotel - Estes Park, Colorado: Known as the inspiration for Stephen King's "The Shining," this hotel has a haunted history that continues to spook guests.

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum - Weston, West Virginia: With a dark history of mental health treatment, the asylum is considered one of the most haunted places in the country.

The Lemp Mansion - St. Louis, Missouri: Once home to the tragic Lemp family, this mansion is said to be haunted by the ghosts of family members.

The Mütter Museum - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: A medical museum with an eerie collection of medical anomalies and specimens that can send shivers down your spine.