There are haunted places all around the world. It seems like there are some locations that are known way more for their haunted destinations than others, but they're still all so creepy.
It's a lot of fun to see how many spooky, ghost-infested locations there are in different places, especially if it's somewhere you're thinking about visiting.
10 The Devil’s Chair - Cassadaga
The Devil's Chair is an urban legend that isn't just prominent in Florida, but basically anywhere that has an older cemetery. Old cemeteries typically have a stone bench or chair of some sort located somewhere in the cemetery for mourners to take a sat and rest while they visit their loved ones. Because these chairs have become less common in modern times, legends about them have taken over.
According to locals in Cassadaga, Florida, the chair located near Lake Helen is haunted. There are a ton of stories about people leaving food and drinks - usually cans of beer - on the chair overnight, only to find the can open and empty the next morning.
9 Robert The Doll - Key West
Robert the Doll is a doll that once belonged to a Key West native and artist named Robert Otto. It was given to Robert by his grandfather in the early 1900s and was donated in 1994 to the East Martello Museum in Key West, Florida where the doll resides now.
According to local urban legends, the doll has supernatural powers and can change the way that it's positioned, change its facial expressions, and bring misfortune to people that don't show it proper respect when visiting the museum.
8 The Cuban Club - Tampa
The Cuban Club is a venue located in Tampa that became a popular destination for Cuban immigrants in the early 20th century. In 1916, this historic building burnt down but was replaced by another one in the same location the following year. This building has a long history and has unfortunately been the home of many untimely deaths for its visitors.
According to visitors, the entire building is a hugely haunted place, but the theater and pool are by far the most haunted parts. Visitors and employees have reported hearing voices and have had the elevator's doors open and close seemingly by themselves.
7 The Plaza Resort & Spa - Daytona Beach
The Plaza Resort & Spa is located in Daytona Beach and was built in 1888. It burned down and was rebuilt in 1911 and was renamed to The Plaza several years later. This hotel has a long history which means it's not surprising that there's quite a bit of ghostly activity in this location.
According to local legends, one visitor lost their life in room 1111 and many people report hearing and seeing strange things in that room. In 2013, a security guard saw a strange presence on a security camera, but it seemed to disappear when he came to investigate.
6 The John Denham House - Monticello
The John Denham House is located in Monticello and now operates as a bed and breakfast. It was built back in the 19th century and is a great place for anyone that loves history to visit and spend an evening... Unless you're afraid of ghosts, that is.
This bed and breakfast is one of over a dozen stops that visitors can see if they take part in the Historic Monticello Ghost Tour. According to stories about this house, it's the home to a ghost named Sarah. But there's no need to be afraid, Sarah is a friendly ghost who reportedly checks on people while they sleep and adjusts their pillows and blankets to make sure they're comfortable.
5 Greenwood Cemetery - Orlando
Greenwood Cemetery is a cemetery located in Orlando, Florida. Greenwood Cemetery is known for being an incredibly haunted location. It has been the final resting place for Orlando residents since the 19th century.
This location is so well-known for being haunted that walking ghost tours even travel through the cemetery late at night. A tour guide tells visitors the history of the cemetery and the stories of ghosts that people have allegedly seen here.
4 Witch's Grave - Tallahassee
The Witch's Grave is a large grave located in Tallahassee, Florida. This grave belongs to the late Elizabeth Budd-Graham, also known by her nickname, Bessie. This huge grave is one of the most elaborate and most visited graves in the whole graveyard, both because of its looks and because of the legends about Bessie that are attached to it.
It's engraved with a passage from a poem by Edgar Allan Poe. Although many people think the claims that Bessie was a witch are simply stories, people still claim to have seen a strange presence roaming around near her grave when they visited.
3 The Devil's Tree - Port St. Lucie
This tree in Port St. Lucie has an incredibly dark urban legend attached to it. According to stories about this tree, two young girls were attacked here by someone who lived in the area. In some versions of the story, the girls were buried near the tree after they lost their lives. After the girls were discovered and their attacker was brought to justice, people wanted the tree to be cut down. But, no amount of cutting and chopping seemed to damage the tree.
Although this story may seem pretty ridiculous and like nothing more than an urban legend, visitors claim that there is something going on with this tree. Many visitors claim that you can hear the voices and screams of the young girls if you sit silently near the tree.
2 Biltmore Hotel - Coral Gables
The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables was built in the 1920s and was the location for glamorous parties for years. But during World War II, it was transformed into a military hospital for people that were injured in the war and needed to go somewhere for treatment.
It went through some other changes before being closed in 1968 when it was left abandoned. Over the years, people started to sneak in because of the rumors of ghosts and hauntings that ran rampant there. These days, it's been renovated and is a pretty nice place, but it can't escape its dark and creepy history. Many visitors still claim that they've heard or seen unexplainable things in the hotel.
1 The Devil's School - Jacksonville
Annie Lytle Elementary School, also known as Public School No. 4, opened in 1918 in Jacksonville. It was open until the 1950s when it closed and was left completely abandoned. It became populated by the homeless and by vandals that would break in and leave graffiti around its walls.
It didn't take long before the people that would explore this school started reporting seeing strange, paranormal entities within the school. Eventually, these unexplained events earned this school the nickname of The Devil's School.