Cincinnati haunted houses
Cincinnati, Ohio is one of the most haunted regions of America, hosting many buildings with ongoing paranormal activity. Two of the many locations include the Cincinnati Museum Centre and Westwood Town Hall.
The Cincinnati Museum Centre, formally known as the Union Terminal, has a series of ongoing hauntings. A security guard named Shirley was murdered in the building during 1989 and museum employees claim that she occupies the building, rattling door handles and checking locks. The ghost of World War II pilot is also known to roam the museum. There are also frequent reports of the sound of people crying or welcoming home soldiers. This is not surprising given that the Union Terminal was once a busy railway station that operated during World War II.
Westwood Town Hall was erected in 1889 and acted as the village government building, fire station and jail. In 1896 the village merged with Cincinnati. At the time of the merger a man named Wesley lived in the building, when he was asked to vacate he hung himself in the attic. Organizations that occupy the building today claim the Wesley continues to haunt the house. There are frequent reports of doors opening and closing un-aided and furniture being re-arranged. There are even reports of a man whose image fades before your eyes. Many of these disturbances are associated with the bell tower and attic.