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If you're in search of ghosts, Arizona has plenty of options.

From prisons, to hotels to theaters and more there are plenty of places around the Grand Canyon State that are rumored to have paranormal activity.

Marshall Shore, known as the "Hip Historian" told us about several spots around Phoenix.

Among them a ghostly apparition that makes her presence known at the Hotel San Carlos, a groundskeeper that still roams the grounds of The Rossen House, to the prank playing ghost at the historic Ellis Shackleford House.

What else is possibly haunted in Phoenix? Check out the video above or check out MarshallShore.com.