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ANAHEIM, CA - DECEMBER 16: In this handout image provided by Disney Parks, Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli pose with daughters (L-R) Lola Ray, 9, Luca Bella, 14, and Fiona Eve, 5, outside the "Haunted Mansion Holiday" seasonal attraction based on Tim Burton's "Nightmare Before Christmas" at Disneyland on December 16, 2011 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Paul Hiffmeyer/Disney Parks via Getty Images
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