Scariest Home: Haunted Cribs Edition
Well, a plantation by any other name is just a farm.
But it does roll off the tongue a little sweeter, doesn't it?
-Bobby Rae Sweet Home Alabama
There is nothing sweet it seems about this notoriously scary and most haunted home in the United States. You can call it a farm or a plantation, but how many ghosts per square foot you get in the house is the main perk, depending on your buying a home want list.
Famous Ghost: Chloe (seen by the arrow below)
Some say nine different ghosts walk the grounds of the Louisiana bed-and-breakfast. Love to be scared, you can stay and tour and visit this house if you want to confirm its claim as the Scariest Home in the United States.
Famous Ghost: Each floor haunted by another family member of the Tiedemann Family
This castle would be an example if there were ever a time to believe an object could be cursed. Forget the haunting aspect, every person who has lived here dies or goes mad. Pick one; the history can suggest either. It is currently being divided into multi-family dwellings. Buyers and Renters Beware!
Florida: The Riddle House, West Palm Beach
Famous Ghost: Joseph
This house wants to be left alone. After being converted from a funeral home, the Riddle family purchased the house, and Joseph worked for them. He committed suicide in the attic that is padlocked now for tours. However, it is said that even the kitchen and bedrooms have other spirits like Joseph who do not want you there. You can visit this location as well; the house is currently located in the middle of Yesteryear Village, a living museum at the South Florida Fairgrounds with over 20 carefully maintained buildings preserving this area's history and ghosts.