There are many reports of the ghostly activity, and with 100 years of service under her belt, The Old St. Joseph’s Hospital may still have more stories to tell.
Confederate Spirits at the Octagon Hall
Used once as a confederate hospital during the Civil War, this uniquely shaped home in Kentucky never seemed to let go of the soldiers who passed within its walls.
Ghost to Coast: The Martha Washington Inn and Spa in Virginia
Named for our very first First Lady, this hotel has some secrets of its own behind the front doors.
Ghost to Coast: San Haven Sanatorium in North Dakota
Closed in 1987 for good, the San Haven Sanitarium now sits abandoned, the land beneath it being owned by the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa.
Ghost to Coast: The Hotel Parq Central in New Mexico
Known as the Memorial Hospital in the 1980s it was converted into a psychiatric hospital. The bloody and terrifying past certainly lends itself to ghostly activity.
Ghost to Coast: Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky
The most infamous sanatorium in the western hemisphere has a tunnel underneath known as the “body chute.”
Ghost to Coast: The 1886 Crescent Hotel in Arkansas
They call themselves the “Most Haunted Hotel in America.” The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas may actually be able to back up that moniker.