Here in America we are descended
in spirit from revolutionaries and rebels -- men
and women who dare to dissent from accepted doctrine.
-- Dwight D. Eisenhower
A ghost is an alleged non-corporeal
manifestation of a dead person (or, rarely, an animal
or vehicle). It is often thought to be a manifestation
of the spirit or soul of a person which has remained
on Earth after death. According to some beliefs,
a ghost may be the personality of a person after
his or her death, and not tied directly to the soul
or spirit. Every culture in the world carries stories
about ghosts, but they vary across time and place,
with disagreements both as to what ghosts are and
whether they are just figments of imagination or
a part of reality.
Soul or specter of a deceased
Belief in ghosts has been common
since ancient times and is reflected in folklore
around the world. It is based on the notion that
the spirit is separable from the body and can continue
its existence after the death of the body. Ghosts
are believed to inhabit the netherworld and to be
capable of returning to the world of the living,
appearing as living beings or in a nebulous likeness
of the deceased. They are thought to be especially
likely to haunt places or people connected with
some strong emotion of their past life, such as
fear, remorse, or the terror of a violent death.
The traditional visual manifestations of haunting
include ghostly apparitions, the movement of objects,
or the appearance of strange lights; auditory signs
include disembodied laughter and screams, knocking,
Other words for ghosts.
bogey (also bogy or bogie), phantasm, phantom,
poltergeist, shade, shadow, specter (or spectre),
spirit, spook, vision, wraith
Related Words banshee, demon (or daemon), familiar
(or familiar spirit), genie, imp, incubus, puck;
Famous American Ghosts
It seems likely that the Untied States with the
most distinguished ghosts of History and hauntings.
Celebrity & Infamous Ghosts
What the average man calls Death, I believe to
be merely the beginning of Life itself. We simply
live beyond the shell. We emerge from out of its
narrow confines like a chrysalis. Why call it
Death? Or, if we give it the name Death, why surround
it with dark fears and sick imaginings? I am not
afraid of the Unknown.
-- From Rudolph Valentino's diary.
After having lived in the limelight with attention
from the press and fans, some of our nation's famous
and infamous celebrities are seemingly just not ready
to move on. So, if you never had the opportunity to
meet them in real life, according to these tales you
might still be able to catch a glimpse of them as
they continue to haunt the places of their pasts.
Lucille Ball – When Lucille Ball died during
surgery on April 26, 1989, at the age of 77, she
was still living in her home at 100 North Roxbury
Drive. Since her death, she is said to remain in
the home that experiences a number of strange happenings.
New owners tell of unexplained broken windows, loud
voices being heard from an empty attic, and furniture
and other objects moving around inside the house.
Bonnie and Clyde – This pair of notorious
outlaws of the 1930’s were finally tracked
down and killed on May 23, 1934 outside of Arcadia,
Louisiana. There bullet-ridden car was then towed
into town with their bodies still in the vehicle.
Today, a marker stands at the site where they died
and is said to be haunted by the pair. Photographs
taken of the marker often come out with ghostly
Aaron Burr – Burr was the third Vice President
under Thomas Jefferson, but he is not known so much
for that as he is for duel with Alexander Hamilton.
After killing Hamilton in the duel, Burr was placed
on trial for treason but was acquitted. Today, Burr
is said to haunt the One If By Land, Two If By Sea
Restaurant, in New York City. Located in what was
once Burr’s carriage house at 17 Barrow Street.
Both visitors and staff alike have observed dishes
that fly of their own accord and have had chairs
pulled out from under them by unseen hands. Also
said to haunt the restaurant is Burr’s daughter,
Theodosia Burr Alston, who vanished off the coast
of North Carolina en route to visit her father in
Al Capone – The notorious Chicago gangster
who led the city's illegal activities during the
Prohibition era has been rumored to haunt a couple
of locations. Allegedly, when people are disrespectful
while visiting his family plot at Mount Carmel Cemetery
in Hillside, Illinois, he is said to appear. Also,
at Alcatraz, where Capone was one of the first inmates,
spectral banjo music has often been heard coming
from inside his old cell.
Lon Chaney, Sr. – Remembered primarily as
the pioneer actor of horror films during the silent
film era, Chaney died in 1930. Today, his spirit
is said to haunt Sound Stage 28 at Universal Studios.
This stage was used for the film Phantom of the
Opera, and Chaney’s caped spirit has been
seen running along the catwalks above the stage.
Other phenomena reported to occur here include lights
that turn on and off and doors that open and close
Montgomery Clift – A popular film star of
the 1950’s and 60’s, Montgomery Clift
was a four-time Oscar nominated actor who is best
known for his roles in A Place in the Sun, From
Here to Eternity and Judgment at Nuremberg. His
spirit has been seen at the Hollywood Roosevelt
Hotel, most often in Room 928. It was here that
he spent a three months in 1953 where he was known
to pace back and forth, memorizing his lines for
From Here to Eternity. Today, unexplained loud noises
are often heard coming from the otherwise empty
suite, phone is continually found to be off the
hook, and unexplainable cold spots are felt in the
room. Others sense the actor’s presence and
reportedly, one guest felt an invisible hand patting
Joan Crawford – From silent star to camp queen,
Joan Crawford’s film career spanned some 45
years. Her former home, the Crawford House, is said
to be haunted by her spirit as well as many others.
Though the house has been exorcised many times,
these ghosts refuse to leave.
James Dean – While no actual reports have
been made of Dean’s spirit, an extremely interesting
legend persists of a curse on his beloved Porsche
Spyder. Dean, the popular fresh faced Hollywood
star of the early 1950’s, was known to live
in the “fast-lane.” He paid for it with
his life when he was killed in a head on collision
on September 30, 1955. Dean purchased the car with
the intent to race it; however, he never got the
chance, as just weeks after its purchase, he died
in the vehicle. Afterwards, anyone who came in contact
with the car or its parts began to suffer injuries
and death until the vehicle finally mysteriously
James Dean and his Porsche Spyder before he was
killed in the car.
Redd Foxx – The popular star of the long running
“Sanford & Son” television series
has been known to haunt Stage 31 at Paramount Studios
where he died of a heart attack. At the studio people
have heard him laughing at the jokes and claim he
just kind of hangs around. More often, the comedian
is known to haunt his former home in Las Vegas.
After a terrible battle with the IRS, he lost the
home when the IRS forced the sale. The new owner
reportedly saw Foxx’s apparition walking around
in a bathrobe. Other strange occurrences included
lights that turned on and off by themselves and
a sliding glass door constantly opening of its own
accord. Today the building houses offices for Nevada
Aqua Air Systems. Continuing to have trouble with
the sliding door, they finally replaced it with
a wooden swinging door. However, this didn’t
stop the door from opening with invisible hands.
Benjamin Franklin – Instrumental in laying
the government’s foundation when the United
States was first established, Franklin was also
known for his work as a writer, inventor, philosopher,
and scientist. Today, Franklin is said to haunt
the Philosophical Society’s library in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. Some people have even reported that
the Philosophical Society's statue of Franklin has
been seen dancing along the streets.
Clark Gable – One of the biggest box office
stars during the 1930’s and ‘40’s,
both Clark Gable and his wife, Carole Lombard are
said to haunt the Oatman Hotel in Oatman, Arizona.
After they married, in Kingman, they spent their
honeymoon at the Oatman Hotel.
Jean Harlow – The phrase “blonde bombshell”
was coined for Jean Harlow during her short career
in Hollywood. In 1932, she married MGM studio executive
Paul Bern who was said to have beaten her viciously.
Bern killed committed suicide the same year in their
upstairs bedroom. After appearing in three dozen
films between 1927 and 1937, her career was cut
short when she died at the age of 26 of kidney failure.
Though the kidney failure is partially attributed
to a childhood illness, some say it was made worse
by the frequent beatings she suffered at the hands
of Bern. Both Harlow and Bern have been seen numerous
times in the mansion they once called home.
Harry Houdini – Though Houdini didn’t
believe in spiritualism, his ghost is said to haunt
a couple of locations. At Jacki Gaughan’s
Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas, a magic show held here
is a tribute to Houdini’s talents as an escape
artist and magician. Staff believes the showroom
is haunted by a ghost who likes to play pranks and
move items around. Many of these same people think
the ghost is none other than Houdini himself, perhaps
lingering to ensure they are “doing it right.”
The most common place that Houdini has been sighted
is the property where his mansion once stood in
Laurel Canyon. Though destroyed by fire in 1959,
many people have allegedly seen his apparition lurking
about the old property.
Thomas Ince – considered one of the visionary
pioneers of American movies, Ince was one of the
most respected directors of the silent film era.
He was a co-founder of Culver Studios which would
later become MGM. In 1924 he died of heart failure
but apparently remains at the lot that was once
Andrew Jackson – Jackson was the seventh
President of the United States, serving from 1829
to 1837. After his death, he was heard stomping
and swearing in the Rose Room of the White house
by none other than Mary Todd Lincoln.
Jesse James – Jesse James was originally buried
at the family farm in Kearney, Missouri, however,
his body was later moved to the Mount Olivet Cemetery
in town to be buried next to his wife. Though his
remains are no longer at the farm, many believe
he has never left. All kinds of strange events continually
occur at the farm such as doors that slam closed
by themselves, lights that move both inside and
outside of the property buildings, and an overwhelming
sense that an unearthly presence lingers. Others
report hearing the sounds of pounding hooves, muffled
shots and cries that are reminiscent of the area
history, dating back to events of the Civil War.
Thomas Jefferson – The third President of
the United States, from 1801 to 1809 was known to
retire to the Oval Office on numerous occasions
to relax and play the violin. Over the years, there
have been numerous reports of the sounds of those
ghostly strings coming from the Oval Office.
Thomas "Black Jack" Ketchum - Black Jack
was the only train robber ever hanged for this crime
in the State of New Mexico. Known to be a charming
man, he was also a renowned road agent, making off
with loot from the steam engines of the day. Today,
this Old West outlaw is said to haunt one of his
favorite hideout caves near Folsom, New Mexico.
haunted house is a famous ghost story and is considered
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Royal Street-- With grand balcony garden houses
and the most unique shop lined bankets, which runs
through the French Quarter, and it is more then
just very haunted. Many have reported over the years
seeing a dark haired woman dressed in a long black
dress, always ... alone pale as the moon and solemn,
rain or shine, day and night walking on the great
wrought iron balcony. And tales from who have seen
her and so have claimed to even have spoken to her.
Madame Lalaurie's ghost is said to be very quiet
and once spoken to or ackowledged instantly disappears
before your very eyes.
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Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, Marie Laveau. Her
spirit has been reported inside of the cemetery,
walking between the tombs wearing a red and white
turban with seven knots in it, and mumbling a original
New Orleans Santeria Hoodoo Voodoo curse to Cemetery
trespassers. Her Voodoo curse is said to be very
loud and very audible, heard often by passerby's
on nearby Rampart Street. Locals say this has started
in recent years for she is alarmed by the many vandals
and state of the cemetery. Voudon Believers, Tourist
and locals still come to Marie Laveaus' tomb daily
to leave many, many Voodoo offerings. (candles,
flowers, the monkey and the cock wish statue voodoo
hex curio good luck charm, Mardi Gras beads and
parade Krewe dabloons, Gris Gris bags, money, Voodoo
dolls, Zombie bottle wish dolls and food) All in
hopes of being blessed by her supernatural powers
from beyond the grave. Many make a wish at her tomb
marking three X's. while others say they have her
Ghost, or that of a large Boa constrictors ghost
draped over the tomb, on film emerging undead from
Marie Laveau Tomb Ghost Pictures
Robert E. Lee – Confederate General in the
Civil War, Lee led a number of successful battles
before his surrender at the Appomatox Court House
in April of 1865. Today, his spirit has regressed
back to a four year old child where he has been
spied playing in the yard of his childhood home
in Alexandria, Virginia. Said to be an impish spirit,
he is known to play pranks like ringing the doorbell
and moving objects within the house. His giggles
are often heard throughout the house. Sometimes
he is seen with a ghostly black dog and the spirits
of two young girls, who are thought to be his sisters.
John Lennon – This former Beatle is said
to haunt The Dakota building at 1 west 72nd Street
in New York City, where he was shot to death.
Liberace – Known for his incredible piano
playing skills, along with his charisma and diamonds,
Liberace died of AIDs in 1987. According to numerous
reports, the entertainer’s spirit has taken
up residence at a restaurant called Carluccio's
Tivoli Gardens. Liberace once owned the restaurant
located just a few block off the Las Vegas Strip.
Next to the dining room, Liberace had his own private
lounge where he entertained close friends. From
here, he was known to sometimes slip into the main
dinging room to tinkle the keys of the piano to
the delight of unsuspecting diners. Today, staff
and guests alike believe that the flamboyant pianist
has never left, as there are numerous reports of
electrical surges, bottles that tip over for no
reason, and ladies' restroom stalls that lock and
unlock themselves. On one occasion the electricity
went off and would not come back on until someone
realized it was Liberace’s birthday. After
they wished him a happy one, the lights inexplicably
came back on. Some report seeing his spirit outside
Abraham Lincoln – The most often spied spirit
of all of our American Presidents, Lincoln was know
to be a believer in the supernatural. President
Lincoln is known to haunt not only the White House,
but also several sites in Springfield, Illinois
where his political career began. Famous occupants
of the White House, including President Theodore
Roosevelt and First Lady Grace Coolidge, reported
seeing a tall, gaunt figure in several rooms of
the residence. Others who have been walking by the
White House have reported seeing a shadow of Lincoln's
dimensions in the window of the Oval Office where
the president often stood gazing at the Potomac
River during the days of the Civil War. In Springfield,
Illinois, Lincoln's spirit is most often linked
his tomb at Oakridge Cemetery. Over the years, a
number of stories have been told by tourists and
staff members of experiencing uncomfortable feelings
and hearing phantom footsteps, whispers, muffled
voices, and weeping. Lincoln has also been reported
to have been seen walking the streets surrounding
Springfield's original courthouse, as well as the
hallways of his former home. Others have reported
seeing the ghost of Mary Lincoln at their old home
located at 413 South Eighth Street.
Carole Lombard - Carole Lombard was one of Hollywood's
top comedy actresses in the 1930s. She married Clark
Gable in 1939 and the pair were said to have one
of Hollywood's ideal marriages. However, their love
was cut short when Lombard was killed in a plane
crash just three years later. Her spirit has been
seen near the suite she shared with Clark Gable
at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Both her and beloved
husband, Gable, allegedly also haunt the Oatman
Hotel in Oatman, Arizona, where they spent their
Indian Fighters, General George Crook, George
Armstrong Custer, Kit Carson, Lieutenant General
Nelson Appleton Miles, William Tecumseh Sherman,
General Philip Sheridan, General Alfred Terry,
A troupe of ghosts who allegedly reenact the
execution of the American Civil war;
Several other ghosts are said to make the Tower
of London their home; phantom troops of soldiers
reportedly appear there, as well as a lady in
mourning with no face.
The cities of York and Derby in England are also
reputed to be a center of ghostly manifestations;
consequently, they both thrive on hugely successful
ghost tour industries. Indeed, the presence of
many centuries-old buildings has given England
the reputation of the most haunted country in
Biggin Hill (London,
England) is also reported haunted by many ghosts,
which many believe is probably because it is the
site of a World War II airbase.
The White House in Washington, D.C., is said
to be haunted by the ghost of Abraham Lincoln
and by several lesser spectres.
The ghost of the
Roman Emperor Caligula was said to haunt the Lamian
Gardens of Rome, where his body had been hastily
and unceremoniously buried after his assassination.
In the Biblical account of the Witch of Endor,
King Saul of Israel has the witch conjure up the
ghost of the prophet Samuel to consult with him
on his precarious situation. The prophet's spirit
gives the king no assistance, but rebukes him
and foretells his doom instead.
The former prison island of Alcatraz off the
coast of San Francisco is said to be most haunted
home to a number of ghosts of prisoners who died
The Haunted ghost city of New Orleans is sometimes
called 'America's numberone most haunted city'
with numerous ghost reports, especially in the
French Quarter which remained largely undamaged
by Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans' ghosts include
Marie Laveau, Delphine Lalaurie, slaves Civil
war soldiers and many losts souls of P;ague victems
and pirates from the 18th century, through to
20th century spectres.
The Museum of Natural
Science in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada is said to be
haunted by the ghost of the Canadian Prime Minister
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, whose body laid there in state
after his death in 1919. Many workers in the museum
have noted the presence of a spirit after the museum
has closed for the day.
The Kuchisake-onna was
said to have caused mass hysteria throughout Japan
during the spring and summer of 1979.
Ten Celebrity Supernatural Encounters
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“I was a little paranoid that I might
be buggered by a ghost at 4:00 in the morning.”
– Johnny Depp on spending a night in Oscar
10 ~ Playing Hamlet: In the middle of a performance
one evening, Daniel Day-Lewis suddenly left
the stage and did not return. Contrary to press
reports at the time, he had not had a nervous
breakdown. Day-Lewis, playing the title role
in Hamlet, had seen a real ghost: his own father.
Jeremy Northam replaced Day-Lewis, whereupon
several people in the audience rose to leave.
9 ~ The Frighteners: One day on the set of
The Frighteners (1996), Peter Jackson told a
creepy story of his own. One evening he saw
the ghost of a woman whose face bore the cast
of a perpetual scream. Wondering if he was imagining
things, he mentioned the apparition to Fran.
His wife’s reply? “Was it the screaming-faced
8 ~ Sting's Castle: While lying in bed in his
castle one night in 2003, Sting was surprised
to see a woman and child enter the room. Naturally,
he thought it was one of his children and his
wife (Trudie Styler) - "until," he
later recalled, "I reached over and I realised
she was still in bed with me!" Sting and
Styler soon agreed that they had seen a pair
7 ~ Kookaburra: One day while Russell Crowe
was sitting in his kitchen, a kookaburra bird
flew in through the window, landed on the table
and looked at him. Convinced that his grandfather
had died, he immediately called his mother.
Though Russell, incredibly, was proven right,
she thought it was ridiculous to call the bird’s
visit anything more than a simple coincidence.
Some time later, Russell dreamed that he was
comforting his mother as she wept. He called
home again and found his mother in tears. She
had just heard from one of her father’s
female colleagues, who reported that on the
day of his death, she had received a visitor
at her home: a kookaburra bird.
6 ~ Psychic Visit: After splitting with Sonny,
Cher was shocked to learn that he and his lawyer
owned 100% of Cher Enterprises. Officially,
she was just an employee. Even worse, she was
unable to work for anyone else without Sonny’s
permission. With the help of David Geffen, Cher
sued and won her freedom. After Sonny’s
death (in a freak skiing accident in 1998),
Cher consulted bestselling psychic James Van
Pralagh, hoping to contact her ex beyond the
grave. The first thing the psychic told her?
“Sonny is laughing, because you can’t
find the right pair of shoes.” Cher was
floored. She had been trying to find shoes to
wear to the Oscars, she explained, and was acting
like a diva because she couldn’t find
anything she liked that fit. Sonny also gave
Cher some dieting and career advice. “I
know it’s Sonny’s spirit,”
she later quipped, “because he’s
still trying to run my life!”
5 ~ Electric Blanket: Phil Collins was once
astonished to learn that his children's electric
blankets had been pulled from their beds overnight
"as if a ghost had done it." The frequent
reccurance of the strange event left the family
flummoxed - until Collins learned that the blankets
were defective. His deceased father, a medium
allegedly explained, was protecting his grandchildren
4 ~ Madame Blue: In October 2004, Matthew McConaughey
saw what he thought was the spirit of a woman
in his new home in the Hollywood Hills. McConaughey's
response? He freaked out and chased the ghost
around the home with a baseball bat, naked.
Matthew later made amends with the phantom,
who he named Madame Blue. "She's a cool
ghost," he said. "Maybe being nude
all the time is why we get along."
3 ~ The Gift: While researching her role (based
on Billy Bob Thornton’s psychic mother)
in The Gift, Cate Blanchett tried to sleep in
a “very, very creepy” haunted house.
She also met with several psychics. One advised
her never to play an alcoholic. Another, a Savannah-based
woman, was invited to the rickety old home that
Cate was renting. When Cate produced a tape
recorder to document their session, the psychic
told her that electrical devices tended to be
affected by her aura. When it failed to power
up, Cate found another one. When that machine
also failed to work, Cate assumed that the socket
was faulty and did not bother to record the
meeting. Eventually her visitor left and Cate
plugged a recorder back into the socket. And?
2 ~ Ranch Apocalypse: The Ministry once recorded
some tracks at famously creepy Ranch Apocalypse
Studios. One night Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen
and Butthole Surfers singer Gibby Hanes started
talking about ghosts. Though Jourgensen called
the place "mega-haunted," Gibby was
skeptical. "Get out of here!" he laughed.
Jourgensen got the last laugh however. "When
Gibby said that," he recalled, "the
Jacuzzi jets came on and sprayed across the
room, and hit Gibby!"
1 ~ Mexican Ghost: During a visit to Mexico
in December 2004, Minnie Driver claimed that
she had seen a ghost. "There was a strange
Mexican in a sombrero and a poncho at the end
of my bed," she recalled. "I promise
you, he was standing at the end of my bed when
I woke up very early in the morning. He disappeared
before my very eyes! Before I could even say,
'Hola!' and 'Buenos Dias,' he buggered off.
And it was very frightening and weird."
Minnie was later asked what she had been drinking
the night before. Her reply? "Lots of tequila!"
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