The House Where The Phantom Killer Took His Victims + 8 REAL Creepy American Haunted Houses

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Yes, horror stories and are great and very creepy but there is nothing creepier than real haunted houses which have witnessed some horrible things. Photographer Seph Lawless, pictured some of them in his new photo book, “13: Hauntingly Beautiful.”

And we, at Nexter.org prepared you a list of the creepiest ones.

Texarkana, Arkansas

Let us begin with a house where the Phantom killer took his victims. His crimes are usually called the Moonlight Killings and some people believe that he might also be the notorious Zodiac killer.

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Buffalo, New York

In 1968, Donald Caters, a local sheriff, found out that his home went into foreclosure and shot himself. Nobody has been living in this house ever since but locals say that they can hear noises that come from this property.

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Milan, Ohio

The owner of this house is known as the Milan Witch and there are rumors that she was buried underneath the porch of this house. Moreover, it is believed that witches mastered their craft here. Creepy!

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Nova, Ohio

In 1958, Benjamin Albright accidentally shot his son and later killed his wife and himself in this house. It has been abandoned ever since and some family’s belongings are still where they used to be.

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East Cleveland

In 2013 ABC News marked this house as the dumping ground of a serial killer. Three female victims were found here, one of them was wrapped in plastic bags in a fetal position.

Brush Park, Michigan

This is the Haught Mansion and it used to be an upscale brothel in the 1940s. After it was closed, many dead bodies with perfectly round circles on their chests were found in its basement.

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Mississippi

Lawless says this house was “emotionally draining to photograph” because he believes that this is where slaves were kept. There are marks on the walls, similar to those prisoners scrawl.

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Hartford, Connecticut

And here is the house that might look familiar to you. You know why? Because this Bailey Mansion was the inspiration for the Murder House from “American Horror Story.”

“It’s truly frightening and it still gives me chills thinking about it,” says Lawless.

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Michigan

And this house played a role of Bruce Wayne’s mansion in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Did you recognize this one? By the way, a film assistant noticed it when he was looking through Lawless’ photos.

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How scary are these?


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