San Francisco, Calif.
Alcatraz (pictured) is the best-known haunt of San Francisco, its former
prisoners talking to each other and rattling chains. But inside the
city proper are a number of ghostly apparitions, including
Senator Broderick, shot in a duel in the Haskell House in 1859 near
Fisherman's Wharf, and the San Francisco Art Institute, built on a
cemetery and now inhabited by spirits who keep tabs on students in the