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Illinois (USA)

Cahokia Mounds


Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site is a massive settlement of Native Americans in Collinsville. It is the largest archaeological site North of Mexico.

McPike Mansion

McPike is an abandoned residence in Alton in the Southern Illinois that is alleged to be haunted. It was constructed in 1869 by Henry Guest McPike.

Peoria State Hospital

Peoria State Hospital is an abandoned Asylum for the Incurable Insane that is claimed to be haunted by its former inmates.




Iowa (USA)

Villisca Axe Murders House

Villisca Axe Murders House in Villisca, Iowa is a famous site of a gruesome murder of the whole family that occurred here on June 10, 1912.



Michigan (USA)

Big Bay Point Light


Big Bay Point Light is located 24 mi (39 km) North- West of Marquette, Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It was constructed in 1896 for guidance across dangerous lake Superior.

Isle Royale National Park


Isle Royale National Park is a large expanse of forest and water located in Keweenaw County of the Upper Michigan, USA.

Porcupine State Forest


Porcupine State park is a wilderness area in the Porcupine mountains, named so by the Ojibwa tribe due to silhouette of the range.



Minnesota (USA)

Boundary Waters


Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness lies southeast of Voyageurs National Park in the state of Minnesota, USA.

Voyageurs National Park


Voyageurs National Park is a large expanse of wilderness located near a city of International Falls, Koochiching County.



North Dakota (USA)

Knife River Indian Villages


Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site is an open air ethnographic museum on a site of three former Native American villages situated half a mile North of a town of Stanton, ND.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park


Theodore Roosevelt National Park is situated in Billings County and McKenzie Counties in a state of North Dakota in US.



Ohio (USA)

Cuyahoga Valley National Park


Cuyahoga Valley National Park lies in Summit County and Cuyahoga County. This picturesque nature reserve covers an area of 32,947 acres.

Hocking Hills State Park


Hocking Hills State Park is a small nature reserve located in Hocking County in Ohio, USA. It covers an area of 2,356 acres.

Mudhouse Mansion

Mudhouse Mansion is an abandoned residence situated outside a town of Lancaster, Fairfield County in a state of Ohio. It was constructed in 1870's.

Ohio State Reformatory

Abandoned Ohio State Reformatory that is known for its paranormal activity is also known as a filming site of The Shawshank Redemption.

Prospect Place

Prospect Place Mansion or Trinway Mansion is a historic abandoned building in Trinway, Ohio that is claimed to be haunted. It was constructed in 1856.

The Buxton Inn

Historic Buxton Inn situated in Granville, Ohio is famous as a paranormal hot spot with many witnesses claiming supernatural encounters.



South Dakota (USA)

Badlands National Park


Badlands National Park is situated near Rapid City, Pennington County in South Dakota in the US. It covers an area of 244,000 acres.

Bear Butte


Bear Butte is a natural geologic formation in Meade Country, South Dakota. Before the arrival of white settlers Bear Butte was revered as a religious site.

Wind Cave National Park


Wind Cave National Park is situated near Hot Springs, SD. It protects underground cave systems as well as land that surround it.



Wisconsin (USA)

Devil's Lake


Secluded beautiful Devils Lake is situated in the Sauk County, Wisconsin. Despite its name it is a pristine lake that offers many activities.

Wisconsin River


Wisconsin River is the longest river in the state of Wisconsin, United States. Its total length is measured at 430 miles.

Wolf River


Beautiful pristine wilderness of the Wolf River in North Wisconsin offers both beauty and thrill to those who like white water rafting and kayaking.





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