For those who are not-faint-of heart and like to plan ahead for your Halloween festivities, check out Haunted World.com. It's pretty comprehensive, covering everything from haunted attractions and tours, corn mazes and everything in between. You can do a state search and find a spot near you.
More specifically if you live in these cities, check out their haunted tours. It's a little earlier in the season for some, so check back with them as it gets closer to Halloween. Next week we'll showcase family-friendly happenings.
With stops that include Fort Sumter, City Jail and other eerie locations, take the Sandlapper Tours Haunted Harbor Ghost Tour for a new perspective on the city's haunted lore.
Named by the International Society for Paranormal Research as America's most haunted city, try the New Orleans Spirit Tours, the Garden District and the city's infamous above ground cemeteries.
Join your guides on various excursions like the Haunted Pubs tour or the Seacoast Haunted Lighthouses tour where you might relish the reassuring sensation said to be given by the Ghost of the Isles of Shoals waiting for her famous pirate -- Black Beard.
Synonymous with the infamous witch trials, you know it has to be full of bad mojo. Try the Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tours or the Vampire & Ghost Hunt Tour.
Home of the infamous St. Louis Exorcism of 1949 on which the movie The Exorcist is based. Ghostride Tours hosts several tours like the Haunted Historical Tour.
Take this hour-long narrated bus tour and it's easy to see why Atchison is called the most haunted town in Kansas. There is also a walking tour for a more up-close-and-personal looked at some of the haunted homes and their neighborhoods.
Private Eye On Seattle tours get you in on the action with murder mystery tours as well as ghost tours that boasts visits to Kurt Cobain, Bruce Lee, Jimi Hendrix and Ted Bundy
St. Augustine, FL
Explore the 500-year history of America's oldest city at the knowledgeable hand of a professional storyteller, and appreciate this ancient town's legendary tales on the Ghost Tours of St. Augustine.
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