True Or False, These 10 Hauntings Facts Will Give You Goosebumps

There's nothing like a good ghost story or horror movie — but what about when these creepy events happen in real life?

Jake Geers
Created by Jake Geers
On Jun 23, 2021

There are countless stories of true ghostly events happening all around the world. Do you have nerves of steel to tell which of the following ten "facts" about real hauntings are true, and which we just made up? (or you need your blanket first...?)

True Or False, These 10 Hauntings Facts Will Give You Goosebumps

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The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado is so haunted it served as an inspiration to the hotel in Stephen King's The Shining.

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President Obama refused to sleep in the White House's Lincoln Bedroom after reporting a "paranormal" experience in 2009.

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If you stay at the Hotel Monte Vista in Flagstaff, Arizona you might encounter paranormal spirits who hang raw meat from chandeliers, or a ghostly infant's disturbing cries.

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Yup, the Hotel Monte Vista is seriously haunted. Even John Wayne reported having a paranormal experience there.

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Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium was demolished in 2002, in no small part, due to persistent complaints of paranormal activity.

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Mansfield Reformatory—the set of the iconic Shawshank Redemption—is notoriously haunted. People have heard phantom footsteps behind them, encountered "shadow people," and had psychological disturbances.

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Which isn't a "tell-tale" sign of a house being haunted?

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If you visit the St. Augustine Lighthouse you might encounter one of the first keepers who fell and died while painting the lighthouse.

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Employees at Georgia's Moon River Brewing Company report having objects thrown at them, doors closing by themselves, and shadow figures walking about the brewery long after all guests have left.

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In 2019, nearly half of the rooms in Madison, Wisconsin's Motel 8 were vacant due to persistent reports of paranormal activity.

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