No. 3: Morgantown, West Virginia
The Decker’s Creek Massacre of 1759 may have ignited the psychic storm that holds Morgantown in its grip. Eight settlers were slaughtered by Delaware Indians near the center of what became the city that is now the home of West Virginia University. Ghosts literally roam the streets, and several university buildings are haunted, according to Jason Burns, whose ghost tours draw more than 250 guests to the campus per event. The most famous campus ghost may be that of Elizabeth Moore, who founded the institute around which the university developed. Click Box 4 below to see the next haunted place.