US Creepy Places to Visit

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  1. Sarah M says:

    What a great little round up. I like the tattooist; in a profession where weird nicknames are frequent, tapeworm does seem excessively weird.

  2. Very creepy! The Shining was the only movie that scared the crap out of me when I first saw it as a kid. Even now, I get creeped out at the twins (“Come play with us Danny….”).

  3. Kassie says:

    Wow so many haunted places! My favorite that I’ve ever been to is the Borden House in Massachusetts that is the home of Lizzie Borden from the creepy children’s poem. Definitely a weird one but worth seeing!

  4. Pretty good list of creepy sites. We have been touring the ghost haunts in So Cal but yours definitely hold up. We have been hearing about the Stanley Hotel as a must see destination for the macabre. Also first rule of adipocere, nobody talks about adipocere.

  5. Helene says:

    waoh ! I ad no idea those places existed ! And no idea the hotel where Shinning was shot had it shares to creepy stories !! I’m still undecided if I want to go or not ! (I’m easily scared lol) but it’s good to know! Thanks also for the historical explanations ! 😉

    • NatalieTanner says:

      I’m easily scared, too! It would be hard to sleep in a place you knew was haunted. I would keep listening for things!

  6. ilive4travel says:

    Those sound like interesting places to visit. I did a ghost tour in New Orleans, and were shown quite a few haunted places. Think it would be interesting to visit a haunted hotel, though not sure I would last the night!!

  7. Maja says:

    I would love to visit the Stanley Hotel! Your husband should tell you the story in the morning hehe. I also worked in one inn in Niagara Falls where sometimes you could hear the piano playing. Even a documentary was made about it like a hunted place.

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