You guys know I love to travel… well I’m thinking about a spooky trip for this month!
Sure, you could go south for the winter, or you could enjoy a spooky vacation around Halloween. According to Fox News, there are a few haunted spots around the country where you can book a room and brave a night’s stay. Such as:
- The Stanley Hotel – Estes Park, Colorado. This hotel is historically haunted but is more infamous for inspiring Stephen King’s “The Shining.” A one-night stay at the historic hotel starts at $319, and you have the option of staying at one of their “Spirited” rooms for $499, like the “Stephen King Suite 217,” the “Ghost Hunters favorite” room 401, and other supposedly haunted rooms 407 and 428. There are also “Spirited Night Tours” that cost $28 per person.
- Union Station Hotel – Nashville, Tennessee. This hotel’s room 711 is apparently haunted by a “broken-hearted young woman” from the WWII era named Abigail. But the staff assures that Abigail means no harm, encouraging guests to “embrace her presence and enjoy the company.” A one-night stay will cost you around $300.
- 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa – Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Apparently “hundreds of tales of paranormal experiences” have happened at this hotel, so it’s no wonder they host ghost tours. Depending on the room, a one-night stay starts at $135… including an option to stay in “the most paranormally active room” 218, AKA “Michael’s Room.”
Check out more haunted hotels to stay at this Halloween HERE.
Source: Fox News