I don't have a bucket list, but if I did there would be haunted places to visit. Some famous ones, like the Stanley Hotel and Eastern State Penitentiary. And some not so famous. Here are a few from my home state - Washington - that would be on that list.
Northern State Mental Hospital (now the home to Cascade Job Corps.), Sedro Wooley, Washington.
In the 1900s it was the first mental institution to perform a transorbital lobotomy. There are thousands of unmarked graves below and behind the gymnasium. The spirit of a little girl can be seen playing with her red ball, along with the apparition of an old man who seems to be looking for her. Voices can be heard in the nurses' dorm (perhaps Nurse Ratched??), and it is reported that a body can be seen hanging in one of the windows.
A woman ("Kate") in the 1900s supposedly killed herself by jumping out of a third story window after finding out her fiance had been killed in the war. Her singing can still be heard in the bathroom at night. There is also a Jesuit monk who, after becoming disenchanted with "society and himself," hung himself in the attic. And while Kate is friendly and cheerful, the monk appears to be not so much . . . he is very distraught and can be heard moaning.
Can anyone say . . . HALLOWEEN PARTY?!!!