1. Haunted Chamber Apartment
At the top of my list is this 600 year old haunted “madness chamber” in North Yorkshire, UK! Spooky, gothic vibes, and the promise of a haunting? The stuff of Halloween fantasies.
Snag this spooky 18th century cottage in Savannah, Georgia for great local shopping and fine dining…or cozy up and wait for things to go bump in the night.
This gloomy medieval castle in Galway is secluded in the Irish countryside, so no one will hear you scream! (just kidding, your hosts will actually be staying downstairs, ready to cook up a tasty breakfast after your spine-tingling night).
Sure, it’s possible that the only scary thing about this Midwestern Victorian home is the photo filtering, but be warned that there are no refunds if you flee from ghosts in the middle of the night!
Just see if this bare-bones New Orleans shack doesn’t conjure up visions of voodoo and tormented spirits. The most rustic of the bunch, but at $50 a night, you’ll have plenty of cash leftover to participate in the local festivities.
This traditional house in a small Japanese village is lovely and spooky….and perfect for those of us who’ve overindulged on Japanese horror films (am I the only one who’s still sort of afraid of The Ring?)