10 Most Haunted Cities In The U.S.

1. Portland, Oregon

Portland was a shady place before it became chic. The Shanghai Tunnels, a network of underground tunnels, are among the city's most haunted. In the 19th century, the tunnels carried illicit items around the city. 

2. Pawley’s Island, South Carolina

The Grey Man, the island's most renowned ghost, warns of storms. If you see him wandering on the beach or a grey-clad guy approaches, leave the island.

3. San Francisco, California

Al Capone is the most renowned ghost among those supposed to haunt the island prison's passageways and abandoned jail cells.

4. Bodie, California

However, ghost towns like Bodie, California, take "ghost" literally. Former mining hamlet in Sierra Nevada mountains is one of the most haunted in the nation. 

5. Chicago, Illinois

Chicago is known for its ghosts as well as its art, music, and culture. Some of the 6,000 Confederate soldiers buried at Oak Woods Cemetery are rumored to come forth. 

6. Cahawba, Alabama

Civil War colonel C.C. Pegues, who was gravely wounded, is claimed to live in the town. He emerges as a strange white floating light in his previous home's woods.

7. Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston is known for its ghost stories due to its almost 400 years of history, which includes pirate mythology, a Civil War, and voodoo.

8. Shoshone Ice Caves, Idaho

Shoshone, a tiny mining town in Idaho, is well renowned for its eerie ice caves. Built within the state's longest lava tube, the ice caves supplied Shoshone with ice in the 19th century. 

9. St., Augustine, Florida

With so much history, a few inhabitants may have stayed for centuries. The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum is said to be haunted by 19th-century female spirits who drowned there. 

10. Pine Barrens, New Jersey

The Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey hold many secrets. Best renowned for the Jersey Devil, a monster born to a local lady in the 18th century, this enormous woodland is deep.