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Enjoy a spooky stay this Halloween season at one of our favorite haunted hotels. From former prisons to medieval mansions to the property that inspired "The Shining," these terrifying retreats offer adventurous vacationers an up-close encounter with the spirit world.
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If you'd prefer a "trick" rather than a "treat" this Halloween, consider a weekend getaway to a haunted hotel. A quick Google search will reveal that almost every region has one, so pack your bags and head to one nearby for a weekend of ghost hunting.
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Whether you prefer to partake in an eerie reenactment of history, a tour through a spooky graveyard or stay the night with a spirit (or two!), here's a few frightfully ideal destinations for Halloween enthusiasts this year.
Forget the haunted house. Those looking for a ghostly encounter this Halloween can get up close and personal with departed spirits in the luxury of a hotel room. Because who says you shouldn't have room service while you're feeling spooked?
Searching for a spooky spot to tie the knot? Give your guests the thrill of a lifetime at one of these extraordinary venues.
Hotels may have ghosts lurking their halls year-round, but those spirits seem to get awfully busy in October. Here are some hotels where you can try your hand at ghost-hunting.
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Historic Hotels of America reports that at least 110 hotels are haunted, some with one or two permanent guests and others with many more.
Halloween is a pleasant occasion to search out unpleasantness.
From ghost towns to witches' hideaways, we've found some of the best places to spook and be spooked -- and where to rest your head (if you can) at the end of the day. But we'd suggest sleeping with one eye open...
It's a truism of the hospitality business: There's nothing that can add allure to a hotel like terrible tales of a haunting
Mysterious whispers. Phantom smells. Ghostly apparitions. No, this isn't a Halloween haunted house -- these spooky happenings occur year-round at many historic bed and breakfasts.
From the cryptic mythology throughout the Mississippi Delta, to the spirits of wartime past down the Atlantic coast, the South has no shortage of spooky stories.