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Not Just On Halloween Anymore.

Updated on August 26, 2016

Can't Wait For Halloween? Try This!

Haunted houses aren't just for Halloween anymore! If you can't wait until Halloween and love being scared and spooked, there is a popular and exciting new adventure for us to embark on and it is doing ghost tours! If you attend one of these you can expect to get some chills and tingles down your spine while you learn a valuable history lesson. You can find a wealth of information on many of these tours regarding the history of the location and the people that have lived there. Ghost tours are available all around the world and easy to locate in most major cities.

You could take a group of people and literally get the hebejebbies scared out of you or you could take a girl you like as you're bound to get a hug or held onto during these scariest of the scary ghost tours. Whatever the reason it's going to be a great and memorable time!





Some famous places that are well known for their paranormal incidents and scary taunts that allow the public in are;

The Hack Green Nuclear Bunker, located in the U.K. It is a defensive site and they have haunted sleepovers, where guests are kept isolated and in the complete dark. The site is underground and made of eerie corridors and creepy rooms. Guest have reported sitings of the Commanding Officer who is said to be a tall, broad shouldered and intimidating ghost. He is often seen standing in the hallways. There are two ghost dogs that have been seen and heard there, one dog reportedly bit a medium that was visiting.

Stanley Haunted Hotel

Then The Stanley Hotel in Colorado, built by F.O. Stanley in 1909. This hotel is notorious for ghosts and hauntings. F.O.'s wife is still seen on a regular basis and she plays the piano. Children are often heard late at night laughing and giggling. Also, very often there are reports of items that go missing or are moved to another area. Stephen King stayed at The Stanley Hotel and reported that he saw the ghost of a small child. He was also inspired to write his book, "The Shining" by his stay at the hotel.The Winchester Mystery House was built specifically to accommodate the ghostly spirits that dwell there. A woman named Sarah Winchester held seances there so she could communicate with the dead including her daughter and husband. The house has secret passageways and twisting hallways. They have guided daily tours there and seeing ghostlike figures and supernatural activities are regularly reported.

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Then The Stanley Hotel in Colorado, built by F.O. Stanley in 1909. This hotel is notorious for ghosts and hauntings. F.O.'s wife is still seen on a regular basis and she plays the piano. Children are often heard late at night laughing and giggling. Also, very often there are reports of items that go missing or are moved to another area. Stephen King stayed at The Stanley Hotel and reported that he saw the ghost of a small child. He was also inspired to write his book, "The Shining" by his stay at the hotel.The Winchester Mystery House was built specifically to accommodate the ghostly spirits that dwell there. A woman named Sarah Winchester held seances there so she could communicate with the dead including her daughter and husband. The house has secret passageways and twisting hallways. They have guided daily tours there and seeing ghostlike figures and supernatural activities are regularly reported.

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Ghosts are haunting us all over the world!

You can find a ghost tour near you or across the world just by a simple search because they are so very popular. The cost varies and usually starts around $20.00. Some places do a weekend package for a couple of hundred dollars. So if you like haunted houses during any time of the year or some unexpected, unexplainable excitement a ghost tour should be added to your DO LIST… Happy Haunts!


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