Holy Family Orphanage
This gargantuan edifice once accommodated 200 children, classrooms, dormitories, playrooms, a dining hall, and other facilities. Erected in 1915, it closed in 1965 after hosting its last group of children -- refugees from Fidel Castro’s Cuba. Located on many “most haunted” lists, there is no shortage of urban legends and stories surrounding the mistreatment and demise of some of the children housed here over the years. Renovation efforts have been underway since the summer of 2016, so it's only a matter of time before this place reopens as a modern apartment building, but ask yourself this question: can a fresh coat of paint really overwrite that much spooky history?