Haunted AirBNB House

It’s late in the middle of the afternoon, and you just arrived at your Air BNB for the evening. Everything that you plan is right at this location. The house is gorgeous, space is magnificent, the smell is breathtaking, it’s like someone bakes fresh pies of your favorite and it is making your mouth watery that you want to eat it, it feels like home, more like your childhood memories.

Eventually, when you sleep in the comfy of the bed, things bump into the night. The window was opened, and the breeze of the wind is coming through, making the drapes fly open. You get up and close the window. When you turned around, you scream in terror. You just saw a ghost face to face of a dead girl. Her eyes are sunken, long black hair and a white gown. 

You rushed to get your things. You pack up stuff in the suitcase, ran downstairs, jumped into your car and not looking back. Eventually, the ghost is still there at the house.

In 2017, Air BNB released that the owners should release if the house has any paranormal activity, which means no one can’t back out of the contract that they have signed. Or talk with the owners.

Here are some of the Haunted Air BNB around the USA:

The Stroud House, Wake Forest, North Carolina

Before you checked in the Stroud House, the host not the ghost will tell you about the house. The house was built in 1940. It’s been in the family for many generations. It’s located just a block from downtown Wake Forest, includes plenty of shiplap, the listing has its private entrance and sleeps three on one-queen size bed and a twin.

And it is haunted.

Witness has experiences footsteps in the hallway, lights turning on and off on their own. Orbs in the living room. A Shadowy figure in the kitchen (maybe it’s making pancakes), and the scary part is – a music box that plays by itself! (that’s even scarier)

Many people who have stayed in the house. I have not to experience the haunting, which is a good thing. If you don’t bother them, they will not bother you.

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The Manor: St. Paul, MN

This Manor is a good deal. For $55 a night, you can stay in the most beautiful and mysterious house in St. Paul.

According to Sean Doyle, the owner of the house, not only you will get scared, but you will also have strange visions of girls dressed in white who died in the home. In 1883, the girls were the descendants of the family who built the house.

In 1908, Rosalia Fihn had caught typhoid fever died. Doyle identified her in a photograph, based on the vision he’d had, that is placed on the dresser.

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Laura’s Cottage, Savannah, Georgia

In 1799, this beautiful cottage called Laura’s Cottage was one of the charming cottages. It features pine beams, antique furnishings, and a Juliet balcony where you can call out your lover next door, but don’t let down your hair. It’s also been modernized and updated, so you have all today conveniences that you needed. And they have gorgeous flowers.

We don’t know who Laura is, however, there’s a ghost that haunts the cottage. Witnesses have claimed that she makes herself known by opening windows and playing with lights on and off.

This cottage was featured in Robert Redford’s film “The Conspirator,” and it is a favorite for the local ghost tours too. You won’t find a space like this in Savannah, and it’s one of the favorite haunts. So see it yourself.

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Farnam Manor in Richfield, Ohio

In 1834, in Farnam Manor, the owner’s daughter drowned in a well. Since that happened, witness, have claimed to see her spirit on the grounds, and at the house. To experience the sighting of her apparition, one must bring your RV and spent the night on the grounds. If you do see her. You have no place to run, only your camper.

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Parks-Bowman Mansion, New Orleans

In the 1890s in New Orleans, there’s a quiet mansion called Parks Bowman Mansion, and legend has it is haunted by a young girl who has been seen floating around in a yellow dress.

So if you spent the night here, you might get a chance to see her.

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