On Halloween, a look at haunted sites in the U.S. military


In the middle of World War II at Fort Leavenworth, Kans., a prisoner uprising led to a major crackdown: 14 prisoners were hanged, with one dying each hour. There wasn’t enough room at the gallows, however, so the authorities turned to using an elevator shaft in an administration building — and to this day, it is haunted.

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