We don't understand it, but a lot of people like to stay the night in haunted places, especially around Halloween. Luckily, you don't have to camp out somewhere weird to see a ghost; there are plenty of phantoms lurking in haunted hotels across the U.S. and you also get a comfy bed and fluffy pillows to hide under—if it comes to that. (We also know about some haunted Airbnbs, if you're into that sort of thing.) So consider yourself warned: You will likely not be doing much sleeping after hearing the tales that occurred at these hotels.
Staying in this Halloween? Embark on a virtual ghost tour of the most haunted places in the U.S. from the safety of your home.
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