Originally posted on Vacationroost Blog:
When planning your vacation, you probably don’t normally take into account ghosts, scary stories, and haunted hotels. However, visiting some of these historical places and towns can often be exciting, fun, and add a whole new adventure to the traditional vacation. With Halloween only a week away, we have compiled a list of 5 of the spookiest places to visit in the United States.
1. Stanley Hotel. Estes Park, CO.
Serving as the inspiration for the one of the scariest horror films of all time, The Shining, the Stanley Hotel is known for its paranormal activity. From ghost children playing in the hallway to guests hearing music coming from the ballroom, the Stanley Hotel is said to have many spirits roaming its halls. Next time you are visiting Colorado, take some time out of your day to experience this historically creepy hotel.
2. St. Augustine Lighthouse. St. Augstine…
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