This beautiful body of water connects the Caroline Islands in Micronesia. It also holds the largest collection of shipwrecks on planet earth. The United States sunk a number of battleships and aircraft in the Truk Lagoon, all of which are still there to this day... along with the souls of their departed sailors. Sponsors! Native - For 20% off your first purchase, visit NativeDeodorant.com and use promo code HAUNTED during checkout!
The White House
Pristine and untouchable, this iconic building has been home to various Presidents of the United States for over two hundred years. But the history of the American Presidency is not as spotless as the walls at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue - in fact, those who walk the White House grounds often find themselves face to face with ghostly shreds of the nation's past. Parcasters - How does a lie become a life altering conviction? There is no more tragic example than the Bernard Baran case. Find out more today by listening to Not Guilty on Spotify or wherever you listen to Parcast Originals.
Despite its name, Blackwater River is actually one of the cleanest waterways in the United States. But the things that it hides under its surface are far from ordinary. Sponsors! Pair of Thieves - Get 20% off your first order at PairOfThieves.com/HAUNTED.
Once a residence for Danish royalty, Dragsholm Castle was later used to hold prisoners of war and enemies of the state. They say you can still hear the groans of those forever trapped in the dungeon, and those entombed alive, brick-by-brick, within the walls. Sponsors! Gabi - Take two minutes and see if you can save up to $865 a year on car insurance at Gabi.com/HAUNTED. There are NO fees, NO forms, and NO spam.
The Stanley Hotel
In 1909, this historic and picturesque hotel opened in the beautiful Estes Valley, Colorado. The Stanley Hotel has stood for over one-hundred years, but during that time, this relaxing and lovely vacation place, has also drawn the admiration of the dead, and the dead do not intend to leave anytime soon. Parcasters - This week on Hostage we finish the unbelievable story of a woman held captive for over seven years. Hear the end of this story at parcast.com/hostage