Here’s A List Of Haunted Virtual Tours You Can Take From Home

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Ohh I am so excited to make another post like this. I have some haunted places to take you to today!

I have found that virtual tours are a great way to pass the time. I have found some creepy spooky places to share. These places are said to be haunted! Eek!


The Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is an old prison. Old prisons are always creepy! This one has history!


This was the world’s first penitentiary! All contact between prisoners and other people was extremely limited. Most prisoners died while having virtually no human contact. Criminals like Al Capone and “Slick Willie’ Sutton were once imprisoned here!

The Pittock Mansion is in Portland, Oregon. Built by Henry Pittock in the early 1900s, it was completed in 1914.

Henry lived there with his wife Georgiana, and they only lived in the home for four years before they died.

Many people say they never left and that they have seen them wandering the house! You can visit it from home with this 3D model! Keep your eyes peeled for these two!

The Lizzie Borden House is located in Fall River, Massachusetts. We all know this story right? Could you imagine staying the night here? Yikes!


On the morning of August 4, 1892, Lizzie’s father Andrew and stepmother Abby were found butchered with a hatchet inside the home. Lizzie was tried for murders but acquitted due to no conclusive evidence.


You can check the house out online, and once this virus calms down, you can even spend the night if you dare!

The Queen Mary is located in Long Beach, California! At first, the ship was a luxury liner that famous and rich people used. But she was converted to a troopship for WWII.


There was a lot of death! The ship was retired in 1967 and converted into a hotel. Many people say it is totally haunted! You can check it out from home and let us know what you think!


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