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Haunted Chicago

Chicago is known as one of the most haunted cities in the United States. There have been many events which have ended up becoming ghost stories. With Halloween just around the corner, there are some great spots to explore right at our fingertips. You never know what you might find!

Click through the photos for more haunted spots.


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In 1903, hundreds of people gathered at the Iroquois Theater to watch a play. Flames began to appear but people thought it was a part of the show. There was no fire escape. People jumped into the alley next to the theater and it became known as "Death Alley" because people died from the fall. Many people have had eerie feelings while walking through the alley and have felt tingles on their hands when they go near the sewer in the alley.

Photos by:

Jim Reynolds/Flickr

Chicago Architecture Today/Flickr


David Wilson/Flickr

John Lodder/Flickr

Marit & Toomas Hinnosaar/Flickr


  • written by chanshaw on October 31st, 2012
  • posted in Featured

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