On a quiet street in Texas sits the most haunted home in the Lone Star State.
In 1896, a pregnant Pearl Bryan was decapitated in Fort Thomas, Kentucky. Could her headless spirit haunt the present-day site of her murder?
Step inside San Antonio's historic Menger Hotel, where former guests still linger long after they checked out.
Even the most monumental house of worship will one day return to earth.
Off the coast of Japan is a lost island city that's crumbling into the sea.
The crumbling corridors of this former reformatory are haunted by the ghosts of violence, disease, and murder.
Ghost trains, "hell hounds," and glowing gravestones haunt this tiny, abandoned prairie town that supposedly contains a stairway to hell.
High in the Andes Mountains, Bolivians celebrate the dead with a lively parade of ornamented skulls.
The famed minister is said to still haunt his church in Brooklyn, where a 19th century sex scandal nearly destroyed his career.
These first-hand out-of-body experience stories will completely change your outlook on the otherworldly.
Across the rugged country of southern England roams a mysterious beast known to devour anything it encounters.
From haunted hotels to abandoned hospitals, these eerie locales prove the Sunshine State has a dark side.
In the backcountry of Missouri lies a sinister stretch of road, crawling with strange legends and eerie sightings.
The mad doctor will see you now.
Along the edge of this abandoned Missouri graveyard roams the restless soul of an executed spree killer.
The scariest hotel in the U.S. just got scarier.
These creepy urban legends will have you double-locking your doors and sleeping with the lights on.
From playgrounds to public parks, pedestrians stroll over these old burial grounds daily ... unaware of what lies beneath.