Clewiston, Florida21.1 miles from Glades County, FL
Two rooms here are said to be especially haunted. Room 255 is said to be visited by Anita Conklin, a longtime inn resident who lived there with her husband, manager of the Miami Seaquarium. Ms. Conklin passed away in the room in 1994; her husband had passed away earlier. The ...
The Old Bank
Okeechobee, Florida29.5 miles from Glades County, FL
These days the "Old Bank" is just a boarded up building (though in 2012 several murals were added to make it look a bit nicer), but back in the 1920s it was the pride of the town. Local legend has it that a member of the Ashley Gang (a ...
Sebring, Florida39.4 miles from Glades County, FL
Built in the 1920s, urban legend states that every owner of this hotel has died under "strange circumstances" - often within the limits of the property. And we wouldn't want the facts to get in the way of a good story. Other ghost stories abound of former visitors ...
Sebring, Florida39.8 miles from Glades County, FL
There are a number of ghost stories surrounding this building, which dates back to 1916. Eerie feelings are reported on the staircase, and doors have been seen opening and closing entirely on their own. One guest heard voices outside his door throughout the night, and when he complained ...
Central Fire Station
Sebring, Florida40.4 miles from Glades County, FL
Forrest Howard, Sebring's fire chief in the 1940s and 1950s, is said to still roam the halls of his favorite fire station. Modern day firefighters swear they see him in the bunk area, and they occasionally smell faint scents of his much-beloved cigars.
Arbuckle Creek Bridge
Lorida, Florida40.8 miles from Glades County, FL
Legend has it that an old woman, one who was knowledgable with potions and healing, used to live nearby, and her spirit still haunts the bridge. So the tales say, the woman was hired to make a love potion, for which her payment was to be the client's first-born child. ...
Old Blue House
Arcadia, Florida44.9 miles from Glades County, FL
Numerous paranormal websites claim there's an "Old Blue House" in Arcadia, FL where an entire family haunts the place. They supposedly were murdered in the house more than a century ago (though some reports say a new house has been rebuilt over this one). We've been told this house has ...
Arcadia, Florida45 miles from Glades County, FL
The restaurant on the ground floor of this 1925 building is supposedly haunted. Staff have reported the apparition of an African American woman in a white apron in the kitchen and dining room, as well as a pair of ghostly men who have been arguing after the establishment has ...
Old Opera House
Arcadia, Florida45.1 miles from Glades County, FL
Now a museum, with an antique shop as well, the Old Opera House in Arcadia has a number of weird goings-on. One worker tells of hearing the distinctive noise of a crowd in the old auditorium, but of course when she went to investigate, there was no one there. ...
First National Bank Building
Fort Myers, Florida47.2 miles from Glades County, FL
This 1914 granite building, one of the grandest in its time, was more recently used as a setting for the film "Day of the Dead." Seen in the opening credits, the building was spattered with blood and filled with zombie actors. But the place is said to have a real ...
The Mailman of Avon Park
Avon Park, Florida48.2 miles from Glades County, FL
There have been persistent claims of seeing a ghostly mailman walking the streets near the intersection of Main Street and Lake Avenue, especially on foggy mornings. He disappears the moment you try to contact him.
Indian Spring Cemetery
Punta Gorda, Florida51.1 miles from Glades County, FL
This is one of the oldest cemeteries in the area - there's even a former Governor of Florida buried here, named Albert Gilchrist (d. 1926). Lots of activity is reported, including ghost lights, disembodied noises that sound like screaming and moaning, and shadow figures.
Zolfo Springs, Florida52.2 miles from Glades County, FL
This eerie abandoned school building stood on the outskirts of Wauchula for years and years before it was finally demolished in 2008. Before it was torn down it was a favorite place for ghost hunters, as the sounds of children playing were constantly heard in the area, even when ...
The Fisherwoman of Lake Arcola
Avon Park, Florida52.3 miles from Glades County, FL
Lake Arcola is no more - it dried up decades ago and is now mostly open fields with some water and a few small structures. And that's what makes it so weird that drivers on North Buckingham Road, which skirts the western edge of what used to be Lake ...
Koreshan State Historic Site
Estero, Florida52.9 miles from Glades County, FL
The ghost of Cyrus Teed and his followers are said to haunt this state park and museum, waiting for their leader to resurrect. In 1869, the Chicago doctor changed his name to Koresh and developed a new religion in which he was the Messiah. In 1894 Teed brought his followers ...
Devil's Tree of Oak Hammock Park
Port St. Lucie, Florida53 miles from Glades County, FL
In 1971, sheriff's deputy Gerard John Schaefer sexually assaulted and hanged two 19-year-old girls from an oak tree, then buried their bodies under it. The deputy returned for more unspeakable acts over the next 5 days. In 1977 the bodies were found by some fishermen. Local legend has it that ...
Punta Gorda, Florida53.3 miles from Glades County, FL
The Sandlin House has been advertised for sale for $1.59 million, and the ghost is included. The remodeled Victorian-style house is around 120 years old and is haunted by the spirit of then-owner James Sandlin's 14-year-old daughter Mary Leah, who in 1909 was ironing on the front porch and died ...
Ghost Lights of Bereah Road
Fort Meade, Florida54.7 miles from Glades County, FL
You may have to wait for a while, but supposedly if you hang about at night near the four-way stop of W. Bereah Road and County Line Road in Frostproof, you'll see some eerie "Ghost Lights" approach your car.
Bloody Bucket Bridge
Wauchula, Florida54.8 miles from Glades County, FL
This spooky story starts more than a century ago with a slave midwife who was concerned that parents were having more babies than they could support. She is said to have smothered many babies and buried their bodies near the bridge. After many babies were killed, the midwife began to ...
Ghost Lights of Heard Bridge Road
Wauchula, Florida57.2 miles from Glades County, FL
People have been reporting ghost lights since the 1950s on Heard Bridge Road in Fort Meade, as well as on Keller road, past Disong. We've marked the Keller Road location on the map below.
Cape Coral, Florida57.3 miles from Glades County, FL
Strange noises, movement in the stockroom, cooler door opening by itself. Items moved, a shelf falling down for no reason. (Submitted by Doris Goering)
Restlawn Memorial Gardens
Port Charlotte, Florida57.5 miles from Glades County, FL
There is (or was) supposedly an old worn-down shack on the premises of this cemetery where people experienced cold spots, bad smells, and ghostly visions of a woman. There is also a peculiar phenomenon in the immediately-surrounding area that locals call the "Killer Bee Phenomenon"... people continually hear the ...
Indian River Community College
Fort Pierce, Florida60.5 miles from Glades County, FL
The theatre at Indian River Community College is apparently haunted by a tall fellow who appears mostly blue in color. He hangs about in the broom closet near the left side of the stage, or in the sound room. Some people swear he danced or waved at them, ...
Our Lady Queen of Peace Cemetery
Royal Palm Beach, Florida62.9 miles from Glades County, FL
Visit this cemetery and you might run into one of its famous "fogs" - paranormal mists that are very dense, appearing and disappearing suddenly. There are noticeable changes in temperature and the persistent feeling that someone is standing right next to you when actually you're entirely alone.
Tuckahoe / Leach Mansion
Jensen Beach, Florida62.9 miles from Glades County, FL
Tuckahoe, also known as the Leach Mansion or as the Mansion at Tuckahoe, is an historic home located at 1921 North East Indian River Drive in Jensen Beach, Martin County, Florida. The name was thought to be a Native American word for "welcome". It is inside the present day Indian ...
Fort Pierce, Florida63 miles from Glades County, FL
This 1926 theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is supposed to have some hauntings dating back to its glory days. Patrons have reported a phantom usher who disappears after showing them to their seats, while staff closing up for the night have heard ghostly ...
The Boston House - Cresthaven
Fort Pierce, Florida63.1 miles from Glades County, FL
In the early 1900s, William T. Jones, who later became the third Sheriff of St. Lucie County, worked as an engineer for Henry Flagler on the Florida East Coast Railway. Jones suffered an injury in a railroad accident and received a settlement for his injury. With his settlement he built ...
Naples, Florida63.2 miles from Glades County, FL
Another restaurant with a gruesome past. Three people were murdered in the back freezer in November 1995, and employees swear strange things still happen back there. Details of the original crime from the Naples News: Jennings and his accomplice, Charles Jason Graves, now 33, were each convicted of three ...
Naples, Florida63.8 miles from Glades County, FL
Most of this pioneer-era cemetery was covered up by shopping malls and roadways, and folks say stores located on the site are cursed and often go out of business. One small plot of land remains, and rumor has it that it has been the site of many hauntings and eerie ...
Treasure Coast Antique Mall
Fort Pierce, Florida64.1 miles from Glades County, FL
The mall is housed in a 1920s historic home is said to be rich with hauntings from its past. It has been a private home, an inn, a bar, a gambling casino, and a bordello. Among the ghosts said to reside here is a bordello client from the 1950s-1960s who ...
Witch's Brew Lounge & Package Store
Naples, Florida64.2 miles from Glades County, FL
This place was a Naples institution for years, but unfortunately it shut down in 2004 and is now just an empty lot on Tamiami Trail. In its heyday as a nightclub though there was a "shadow figure" that haunted the place, often unplugging wires from the DJ's equipment.
Old Holiday Inn Oceanside
Jensen Beach, Florida64.4 miles from Glades County, FL
Once a popular tourist hotel, the old "Holiday Inn Oceanside" has been abandoned since it sustained severe damage in 2004 from both Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne. Local residents decry it as an eyesore. Several plans have been hatched to renovate and reopen the building, but to date none ...
West Palm Beach, Florida64.5 miles from Glades County, FL
The Edwardian house built in 1905 in West Palm Beach was moved to historical park Yesteryear Village at the South Florida Fairgrounds, Royal Palm Beach. It was originally a funeral parlor until its purchase by Karl Riddle in the 1920s, after which it was a private home. It is haunted ...
Webber International University - Camilla Hall
Babson Park, Florida64.6 miles from Glades County, FL
Camilla Hall, one of the girls-only dormitories at Webber International University, supposedly has a shadowy figure haunting the second floor.
The Elliott Museum
Stuart, Florida64.8 miles from Glades County, FL
Several haunts are said to reside in this 1961 building erected by Harmon P. Elliott to honor his late father, inventor Sterling Elliott. The many apparitions that have been seen here, witnesses say, are hauntings that stem from the museum's pieces. In other words, the exhibits have brought with them ...
Gilbert’s Bar - House of Refuge Museum
Stuart, Florida65.2 miles from Glades County, FL
The old building, used to house shipwrecked passengers 1876-1945, is now a museum. It is said to be haunted by the residents who lived on the land some eight centuries ago, the Ais Indian tribe, as well as some more recent spirits. The kitchen, which has not been in use ...
Captiva, Florida66.3 miles from Glades County, FL
This island is named after a girl named Useppa who was kidnapped in Havana and imprisoned on this island by the pirate, Jose Gaspar. He murdered her here (beheaded her), and people swear they still see her headless ghost along the shore.
Fellsmere Town Hall
Fellsmere, Florida66.5 miles from Glades County, FL
The current town hall was formerly the local schoolhouse, and is rumoured to be haunted. Visitors to the building at night have heard strange noises, had their hair pulled and seen a shadowy apparition. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Marsh Landing Restaurant
Fellsmere, Florida66.7 miles from Glades County, FL
The building was built around 1926, and previously housed the headquarters for a sugar company. Now a delightful restaurant specialising in local cuisine, the complex is believed to be haunted, and even has its own ghost tour dinners available to diners. Staff have reported sighting the apparition of a ...
Marian Fell Library
Fellsmere, Florida66.8 miles from Glades County, FL
Paranormal investigators claim to have produced evidence of a haunting at this quaint library, named after the daughter of the original founder of the township. Activity reported includes orbs appearing in photographs, temperature drops and disembodied footsteps in unoccupied rooms. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Hardee Correctional Institution
Bowling Green, Florida66.9 miles from Glades County, FL
There are vague reports of "voices" and a feeling like someone's walking just behind you at this correctional institution... though I'd venture to say its not uncommon to experience either in a high security prison!
Cabbage Key Inn
Captiva, Florida67 miles from Glades County, FL
According to the locals, the inn’s restaurant specialty “Cheeseburger in Paradise” inspired the Jimmy Buffett hit. Another of its claims to fame is its ghost. The apparition of a woman with long brown hair has been known to visit guest rooms, and a busboy's tub once flew across the kitchen. ...
Trapper Nelson - Jonathan Dickinson State Park
Jupiter, Florida67 miles from Glades County, FL
"Wild Man of the Loxahatchee," nickname of Vince “Trapper” Nelson, is the identity of the ghost said to roam this state park. Trapper moved to this area in 1929, trapping and selling furs for a living, earning his nickname by his often-strange antics like swinging out over the river on ...
Vero Beach, Florida67.8 miles from Glades County, FL
The Patio Restaurant on 21st Street close to the downtown area of Vero Beach was built in the 1930s by Waldo Sexton and was leased as one of the original Howard Johnson’s ice cream parlors. Later it was used as a gift shop/fruit stand and as the location of Waldo’s ...
Port Boca Grande Light
Boca Grande, Florida68.1 miles from Glades County, FL
The Port Boca Grande Lighthouse was first used on December 31st, 1890. It served local shipping trafic for nearly 80 years before it was finally abandoned in 1969. It nearly fell to complete ruin due to erosion, but Lee County took control of the building in 1972 and ...
Naples, Florida68.5 miles from Glades County, FL
This is the oldest house in Naples, dating back to 1895, and is now open to the public for guided tours thanks to the Naples Historical Society. Ghostly encounters here started, as happens so often, it seems, during renovations. Workers noticed that their tools would constantly be moved, ...
Lake Worth 8 Cinemas
Greenacres, Florida69 miles from Glades County, FL
Cold spots and knocking sounds are reported in the hallways of this theatre, and some of the projectors stop working or jam at inopportune moments. (Could it be they just need to hire a better projectionist?)
Vero Beach, Florida70.2 miles from Glades County, FL
Former owner Waldo Sexton is the haunt who resides here, a man who was known to be a bit eccentric. Guests who stay in the suites once occupied by the Sextons have reported hearing noises coming from adjacent empty rooms, and security guard once felt a tap on his shoulder ...
Lake Wales, Florida70.3 miles from Glades County, FL
Spook Hill is a gravity hill (an optical illusion where cars appear to roll up the spooky hill) in Lake Wales, Florida. Spook Hill is located on the Lake Wales Ridge, a geologically significant range of sand and limestone hills, which were islands from two to three million years ago, when ...
Red Lion Pub / Dominos Pizza
Boynton Beach, Florida72.2 miles from Glades County, FL
Sometimes it definitely pays to be blonde! Though now closed (a Dominos Pizza has replaced it) patrons for years claimed that brunette women would have objects mysteriously thrown at them, while blonde women would feel their hair and face gently being stroked. No word from Dominos on whether ...
Holiday Inn / Courtyard
Boynton Beach, Florida73.6 miles from Glades County, FL
Most sites on the net have this one listed as the "Holiday Inn" in Boynton Beach, but it appears this location is now a Marriott Courtyard. Vague descriptions of "human figures" roaming the hallways, and a suggestion that it may have been built on top of an old Indian ...
Palm Bay, Florida73.9 miles from Glades County, FL
The Compound is infamous in Melbourne for drag racing, dirt biking, four wheeling, paint ball and more, it is a large area of paved streets, of about 200 miles of road. The streets were paved in the 1980s by General Development Corporation (GDC), intended for housing development, instead, the company ...
Coral Springs Medical Center
Coral Springs, Florida74.7 miles from Glades County, FL
A long-dead nurse supposedly haunts the area just outside the main elevators. Guests will often find that the elevator doors mysteriously open for them just before they're about to hit the request button... and nobody's inside...
Sunset Point Park
Tamarac, Florida75.7 miles from Glades County, FL
Dark figures with red eyes have been seen in the park. Orbs have also been seen. Some people have been scared out of there, they say that a dark figure with white glowing eyes appears in front of them and then vanishes. They also report that they have scratches all ...
Olde Marco Island Inn & Suites
Marco Island, Florida75.8 miles from Glades County, FL
The usual assortment of paranormal activity here... footsteps, voices, cold drafts, etc. Some say chairs have been seen to move on their own.
The Stanford Inn
Bartow, Florida76.1 miles from Glades County, FL
A "noisy" apparition, believed to be a former owner named Lee Meriwether, is said to inhabit this quaint modern-day bed and breakfast. Doors also allegedly close on their own, and disembodied footsteps can be heard on the staircase. The Stanford Inn was featured the 1991 film "My Girl," starring Dan ...
Coral Square Mall
Coral Springs, Florida76.2 miles from Glades County, FL
There have been sightings of the ghost of a small boy roaming the premises, as well as strange sounds and things being moved mysteriously near the Burdines area of the mall.
Old Polk County Courthouse
Bartow, Florida76.3 miles from Glades County, FL
The Old Polk County Courthouse in Bartow was built in 1909 on the foundations of the original courthouse, which dated back to the early 1880s. There are many claims here, including: - Screams from the basement (supposedly from a worker killed in an explosion on the site) - Apparitions appearing on ...
Melbourne Beach, Florida77.3 miles from Glades County, FL
The area of the Sebastian Inlet was said to be adored as sacred ground (Locals call them the Icee Indians) many Indian artifacts have been found here over the years, and modern day spiritualists and pagans are very attracted to this area, saying it has energy cleansing properties. In 1872, Ideas ...
Humanities Building - Florida Atlantic Univeristy
Boca Raton, Florida78.4 miles from Glades County, FL
A ghostly spirit allegedly haunts the hallways and amphitheatre of the Arts and Humanities Building. She was seen in the amphitheatre on at least one occasion, and at other times noises were heard in the hallways of someone running and slamming doors.
Boca Raton Cemetery
Boca Raton, Florida79.7 miles from Glades County, FL
Many spirits are said to reside in this peaceful cemetery. Some of the most well known are the Screaming Man and Mary. The Screaming Man, according to witnesses, begins by cring piteously and gradually buildings to screaming, shouting, and curses. The noise is so loud that those nearby have had ...
Rogers Cemetery / Antioch Cemetery
Glades County, Florida80.7 miles from Glades County, FL
Winter Haven, Florida81.6 miles from Glades County, FL
Locals say if you go on the old dirt trail around midnight of August 13th, every year, you'll hear children screaming and crying for help.
Scotty's Distribution Center
Winter Haven, Florida83 miles from Glades County, FL
No longer a Scotty's Distribution Center, but back in the day there was supposedly the ghost of a forklift driver that would continually haunt this area - particularly on the 4th of March.
Flight 401 Crash Site
Glades County, Florida83.9 miles from Glades County, FL
This is the site where Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 crashed in December 1972. 101 people died - 75 survived. Many perished in just 18 inches of water because of the swampy conditions. A very popular book called The Ghost of Flight 401 was published soon after, telling the story ...
Waffle House Murders
Plantation, Florida84.4 miles from Glades County, FL
A grisly murder-robbery at the Davie Waffle House in 2002 supposedly sparked some paranormal activity that causes employees to "sense presences" and get an overall creepy feeling. Some say if you move a couple of boxes around in the freezer, you'll still find bloodstains on the floor. (Pretty ...
Davie, Florida84.5 miles from Glades County, FL
A grisly 2002 murder-suicide at Broward Community College supposedly sparked some paranormal activity near Building 5. Students claim to experience strange smells and see white figures at night in this area, and allegedly there are permanent blood stains remaining on the spot to this day.
Site of Old Wilton Manors City Hall
Wilton Manors, Florida85.3 miles from Glades County, FL
Local legend tells of strange happenings at the former City Hall building, built in 1957. Cold spots, a heavy atmosphere, and unexplained soft music are said to be the work of a ghostly maintenance man named John Bold. Bold loved his work, and it seems that he stayed on--even after ...
Fort Lauderdale Fire and Safety Museum
Fort Lauderdale, Florida86.2 miles from Glades County, FL
Robert Leland Knight is station's most active ghost. He was electrocuted in 1940 at age 28 when he stepped in a puddle into which a downed power line had fallen. The ghost has been known to play pranks. One story involves a witness who was tiling a station wall when ...
Cooley's Landing Park
Fort Lauderdale, Florida86.5 miles from Glades County, FL
William Cooley was an early settler in East Florida. He moved to the New River area (later to become Fort Lauderdale) in 1826 and started an arrowroot plantation. Eventually he became involved in local administration, and in 1835/6 he was involved in adjudicating a case in which white ...
Lucky's Tavern - Coyote Ugly Saloon
Fort Lauderdale, Florida86.6 miles from Glades County, FL
The building was built around the turn of the century, and was previously frequented by gangsters and other lawless folk. Rumours has it that a gangster was shot out the front of the building and still haunts the saloon to this day. The ghost of a woman in white has ...
The River House
Fort Lauderdale, Florida86.6 miles from Glades County, FL
The River House was a restaurant reported to have closed in 2009. But originally, it was two early 1900s built by brothers Thomas and Reed Bryan. The Bryan family, owned them until the 1970s, when they were merged and converted to a restaurant. The place is said to be haunted ...
Fort Lauderdale, Florida86.6 miles from Glades County, FL
The 1907 twin storey home is still believed to be haunted by the ghost of Louise Cromartie and her children. Her translucent apparition has been seen, looking out her second floor bedroom window. Some people are treated to the full paranormal package. She is described as wearing her blonde hair ...
New River Inn
Fort Lauderdale, Florida86.6 miles from Glades County, FL
The New River Inn (built in 1905) now houses the Old Fort Lauderdale History Museum, but visitors still report seeing apparitions in the historic building. The first is that of a man in an old-fashioned rancher's outfit, who paces the first floor and the front porch but vanishes when ...
Fort Lauderdale, Florida87 miles from Glades County, FL
This house museum is rumored to be haunted by former owner Frank Stranahan, a businessman who fell upon hard times during the Great Depression and drowned himself in the nearby river. Folks say his spirit returned to his house and resides there still. His wife Ivy died much later in ...
Henry E. Kinney Tunnel - New River Tunnel
Fort Lauderdale, Florida87.1 miles from Glades County, FL
This underwater tunnel was built in 1958 to replace a drawbridge that was notorious for causing major gridlock in the city. In 1986 it was officially renamed the "Henry E. Kinney" tunnel, after the newspaper editor who had originally advocated its construction. Two apparitions are sited here - one is ...
Fort Lauderdale, Florida87.1 miles from Glades County, FL
Smoker Park is a small section of land on the south side of the New River, across the water from the Stranahan House (also haunted). The park has been a hotbed of contention between locals and potential developers - at one time it was very nearly destroyed to ...
Condomium Apartments at Hollybrook
Hollywood, Florida87.3 miles from Glades County, FL
Hollybrook is a retirement community, and it seems there's one old resident who liked it so much she never wanted to leave. She also seems to have a thing against speeding motorists. If you're leaving Hollybrook late at night and you're driving significantly faster than the posted speed ...
Florida Southern College
Lakeland, Florida87.4 miles from Glades County, FL
Vague tales from the night staff saying "eerie presences" touched or breathed on them.
Annie Pfeiffer Chapel
Lakeland, Florida87.6 miles from Glades County, FL
Florida Southern College's chapel, one of the campus's famous Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings, may be home to the ghost of Wright himself. Rumor has it that the chapel's choir screen was installed incorrectly, and Wright's apparition has been seen in the chapel, poring over the improperly placed choir screen.
Dania Beach, Florida90.4 miles from Glades County, FL
Woodhaven Cemetery which is the oldest cemetery in East Coast South Florida is within 200 yards of the Maritime Manor Vacation Rental. Although it's not listed on vrbo or airbnb as haunted, The Maritime Manor is believed to host the first two police officers ever murdered in the line ...
Snake Warrior Island Natural Area
Miramar, Florida90.7 miles from Glades County, FL
Locals tell of eerie beams of light that come from the island and shoot toward the sky, seen as early as 1895. Old legends say the Native Americans in the 1800s wouldn't set foot on this island, and that African-Americans working here saw an apparition in the 1920s. Some say ...
Miami Lakes High School
Hialeah, Florida91.4 miles from Glades County, FL
Two areas of activity here... The "Little Theater" seems to be the home of a friendly ghost named "Fred" who turns lights on and off playfully, and may occasionally play faint music. The fourth floor is now closed, but supposedly once housed a planetarium where a girl fell to her death ...
Joseph Wesley Young House - Zeller Residence
Hollywood, Florida92.5 miles from Glades County, FL
This was the home of Hollywood's very first mayor, Joseph Wesley Young. Built in 1925, it boasts 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms - and possibly one ghost. There are claims that Joseph Young never left his beloved mansion.
Hollywood Beach Resort
Hollywood, Florida93 miles from Glades County, FL
This hotel dates back to 1926 and was once home to Al Capone. Residents on the seventh floor have claimed to have captured numerous orbs and heard strange voices throughout the night.
Hialeah High School
Hialeah, Florida94.2 miles from Glades County, FL
The ghost of a young girl is said to haunt the girls' bathroom near the auditorium. Local lore has it she's a former student who was murdered there brutally years ago, but no records have yet been found to support that.
James McCabe Theatre
Valrico, Florida94.8 miles from Glades County, FL
Reports say that paranormal groups have offered ghost tours as fund-raisers here. The 1915 building, once the Valrico Civic Center and then a woman’s club, is rumored to have more than a few haunts. Witnesses have seen apparitions and heard strange sounds, and experienced other odd occurrences.
Brandon, Florida95.1 miles from Glades County, FL
A spirit called (for some reason) "Matilda" is said to haunt this building. She was seen by at least one witness, and others claim to have either felt her presence or actually seen paintings and other objects move without explanation. Allegedly at one point local news reporters came ...
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