The history of real haunted houses

The history of real haunted houses

Photographer Sef Loveles is a true expert in abandoned homes. To find objects for shooting, he travels a lot, communicates with people and finds buildings that seem to have come down from horror screens. Each of these houses accompanies the story, and some even cause one desire - to bypass them and as far as possible.

Sef designed his photo tours of abandoned houses in the book “13: American horror story”. It includes detailed photos of buildings, their history and testimonies of residents living in the neighborhood.

1. In 1941, this house was a brothel. Years later, several bodies were found in the basement, each of which had all the organs marked up in perfect circles.50
2. If you believe the stories, in this house lived a family with four children. After the parents committed double suicide, for 10 years the children grew up alone in this house.51
3. In this house in the middle of the 20th century another family drama broke out. A certain Benjamin Albright first killed his son, and then his wife and himself. Since 1958, the house is intact, preserving the history and all the personal belongings of the family.52
four.This Detroit-based house in the neighborhood is called a haunted house. In 1942, there was a triple murder, after which the house was abandoned.53
5. In the 70s, the mansion was a small hotel and became famous for several very strange deaths.54
6. The mansion "Milan" was notorious in the area. They say that a practicing witch lived there, and the neighbors were afraid of this place. Rumor has it that after death the witch was buried right in the house.55
7. "Doll House" from Philadelphia got its name for a very strange interior. There is no furniture and other evidence of life, but the whole house is filled with dolls and metal shelves with saws and other tools.56
8. This house in the city of Hartford is remarkable for the fact that, in addition to the accompanying stories about ghosts, it became the source of the idea of ​​the famous TV series “American Horror Story”.57
9. In this house lived the serial killer Michael Madison, who used the basement as a place of reprisals against his victims.58
10. At the beginning of the 20th century, the family living in it mysteriously disappeared in this house. The investigation gave nothing, but they say that the residents then repeatedly saw the silhouettes of the tenants in the windows of the house.59
eleven.This abandoned orphanage was notorious in the 20th century thanks to Robert Berdelle, also known as the "Kansas City Butcher" - one of the most famous serial killers in US history.60
12. In this house in Buffalo there lived a local sheriff who committed suicide. The house was empty, but residents repeatedly complained to the police about the voices in the building. Checks on the structure of the results did not give.61
13. This abandoned house became famous thanks to Anthony Sowell, a serial killer who hid the bodies of his victims here. The house has already been destroyed, but local residents claim that they hear voices when they pass through the place where the building stood.

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  • The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

    The history of real haunted houses

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