On our hunt to dig up (pun intended) some spooky spots in the U.S., we’ve come across The Dunhill in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was built in 1929 and is filled with 18th-century décor (minus the dust and cobwebs, of course). The best part? It’s just a short stroll from a few of the city’s reportedly-haunted hangouts. So if you happen to be in Uptown Charlotte this Halloween, why not check out some of our favorite spooky spots?
Clockwise from left:
1. Dubbed the most haunted neighborhood in Charlotte, Elizabeth is said to be home to a distraught female ghost that haunts the Cajun Queen restaurant.
2. Mysterious singing can be heard drifting through McGlohon Theater, which was originally the First Baptist Church sanctuary and is located in Spirit Square. Coincidence? We think not.
3. It may house trendy shops and restaurants now, but Founders Hall was once a medical school and is said to be haunted by the ghost of a postmortem patient.
4. Antique Kingdom was built in 1903 and has served as both a dormitory for wealthy women and a moonshine distillery … oh, and there’s a haunted mirror on the third floor.