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These listings are reported to be haunted. In order to be listed in this category, a landmark needs to have suitable credentials. Any old structure could have claims of haunting, so in order to be a part of this category, a landmark must have credible historic documentation of such haunting, documented in magazine articles, historic documents, scholarly essays, and the like.

We express no belief, nor disbelief, in these reports. This category was created as a central listing of reportedly haunted landmarks. Whether you believe they are haunted or not is your decision.

Adams Grove Presbyterian Church (Dallas County, Alabama)
A historic Greek Revival-style church building in rural Dallas County, Alabama.
Enoch J. Fargo House (Jefferson County, Wisconsin)
Queen Anne Mansion with and elegant verandah and porte conchere
Hammond House (Westchester County, New York)
Johnston Hall (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Martin Pattison House (Douglas County, Wisconsin)
42 room Queen Anne Fairlawn Mansion 1890'sVictorian, featuring a four-story turret complete with widow's watch
Matsell Bridge (Linn County, Iowa)
Reportedly haunted, the bridge is a through Plate girder bridge built by the ISHC in 1939, the longest such span in Iowa
Oshkosh Grand Opera House (Winnebago County, Wisconsin)
A theater that has served Vaudeville, films and stage performances.
Paine Art Center and Arboretum (Winnebago County, Wisconsin)
Walker's Point Historic District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Famous Industrial Area on Milwaukee's historic South Side
Wausau Club (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Supposedly haunted clubhouse of the defunct Wausau Club.