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You Can Own One Of Hollywood's Most Famous Haunted Homes

A slight tap on your shoulder, the scent of a lost loved one -- two great ways to tell if your house might be haunted. But here's a surefire way to be sure your house has been visited by some sort of spooky spirits -- buy one of these.

Just in time for Halloween, we rounded up a few houses that have been featured in scary movie or TV show, and are currently for sale (or recently on the market). Our friends at Zillow helped us find these familiar homes and they certainly don't come cheap!

Take a look:

1. I Know What You Did Last Summer
Where: Southport, North Carolina
Price: Off the market, $439,204

2. Hannibal
Where: Richmond, Virginia
Price: Sold for $390,000

3. American Horror Story
Where: Los Angeles, California
Price: On the market for $3,678,000

4. Amityville Horror (1979 version)
Where: Toms River, NJ
Price: Sold for $950,000

5. Amityville Horror (2005 remake)
Where: Salem, Wisconsin
Price: On the market for $1,900,000

Fright Dome (Las Vegas)
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Located at Circus Circus's Adventuredome theme park, the Fright Dome is a pitch-black, lights-out, haunted spectacle that culminates with something called the Clown Overload Zone, where hordes of creepy clowns with glowing eyes surround visitors. "Ghost Adventures" star Zak Bagans recommends the Fright Dome by saying it gave him the "worst panic attack."
Netherworld (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Netherworld in Atlanta has more than 200 animated monsters and 100 live actors, and has been featured in movies like "Zombieland." The creeps begin in the parking lot where costumed characters try to scare away patrons from even buying tickets.
ScareHouse (Pittsburgh)
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The ScareHouse in Pittsburgh rates high with famed director Guillermo del Toro, who said, “With the sound design and the atmospherics, it is beautiful. I could live here!”
13th Floor Haunted House (Denver)
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The 13th Floor Haunted House in Denver may be the most technologically advanced haunted attraction thanks to state-of-the-art technology such as Microsoft Kinect to make sure the robotic monsters frighten anyone who dares to visit.
13th Gate (Baton Rouge, La.)
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Considered to be one of America's most elaborately detailed haunted houses, the 13th Gatenot only has more than 100 professional actors, but also live animals, like snakes and alligators.
Bennett’s Curse (Jessup, Md.)
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Bennett's Curse in Jessup, Maryland, is usually an automatic selection on haunted house lists, thanks to three terrifying haunted houses: Medieval Underworld, Inferno 3D and Sanctuary of Insanity. New monsters and effects are added often to keep repeat visitors on their toes -- or on their knees begging for mercy.
Festival of the Dead (Salem, Mass.)
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Salem is a popular spook destination thanks to its famous witch trials. The Festival of the Dead capitalizes on this by including two weeks of events and parties designed to bring out your inner-witch, including seances, ghost hunting seminars and lectures of weird death rituals.
Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights (Orlando, Fla.)
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Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando is the place for big budget scares thanks to movie industry experts who craft haunted houses so loaded with detail that visitors walk through and feel like they’ve been dropped into an episode of “The Walking Dead” or the movie “From Dusk Till Dawn.”
Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor (Long Beach, Calif.)
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In the 1930s, the Queen Mary was a luxury trans-Atlantic ocean liner. It was pressed into military service to carry troops during World War II where hundreds died in and around the ship. These days, it's turned intoa haunted house that has the unique distinction of having real spooks intermingling with the pretend ones.
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum Haunted House (Weston, W.V.)
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This former mental institution has been turned into a haunted attraction. Zak Bagans, who completed a live, seven-hour investigation with the "Ghost Adventures" crew, said the spirits that roam the asylum’s halls are still extremely active. “It is undeniably the scariest overall haunted attraction that I’ve been to in the U.S.,” he said.