Inside Pennhurst Asylum, one of the most haunted spots in Pennsylvania. Sean Simmers | ssimmers@pennlive.com There are lots and lots of ghost stories about haunted houses, restaurants, inns and theaters across Pennsylvania. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most haunted spots from Pittsburgh to Harrisburg to Philadelphia — and everywhere in between. Legend has it that the ghost of Aaron Burr can be found in this bed and breakfast, which was formerly a friend’s home where he sought refuge after killing political rival Alexander Hamilton in 1804. Ghost hunters have reported seeing an apparition on the second floor staircase and feeling their clothes tugged. “When it’s dark and quiet and usually between 8 p.m-10 p.m things happen,” she said. “You get used to hearing footsteps and you think someone calls your name and there is no one there.” As the romantic tragedy ghost story goes, Johnny Coyle lived with his mom and dad at the Inn in the 1800s. The girl that he loved (possibly named Emily or Molly) did not return his affection. He ended up shooting the girl and received a verdict of death by hanging for the crime. He is buried on a hill...