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Holmes Death Castle - USPS Post Office - Chicago IL Real Haunted Place

  • 611 W 63rd St
  • Chicago, IL
  • 773-873-6973
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This was once the location of the Holmes Death Castle, or Murder Castle, built by serial killer H.H. Holmes. Back in 1893, the hotel was built to lure 1893 Chicago World's Fair visitors where guests would be tortured and murdered. Today the location is a USPS post office, but people and even dogs feel a negative vibe to the area. Some report hearing screams as they pass the area, while dogs appear visibly shaken when they past the area.
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