10 Most Haunted Places in the US to Celebrate Halloween

1. New Orleans

Its rich history, which includes many horrible occurrences, has made it our most popular location in the nation for ghost and vampire excursions.

2. Georgia

Savannah is infamous for its deadly history, ranging from the Civil War to its gloomy ancient buildings and cemeteries.

3. Boston

Boston has several haunting Dolores, which is not surprising: The city, which has a 400-year history, has seen a wide range of violent confrontations.

4. Charleston

Charleston in the olden days has charming streets, warm Southern hospitality, and a tonne of ghost stories.

5. Salem

It’s no surprise that eerie Salem, Massachusetts made the list; the city has become synonymous with all things grotesque.

6. Augustine

St. Augustine, which claims to be the oldest city in the country, has a history that stretches back to 1565.

7. Key West

It comes as no surprise, then, that reservations for its occult-themed tours have more than tripled since 2019.

8. Denver

One of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, Capitol Hill is also home to many of the city’s most haunted structures, so go there if you’re looking for paranormal encounters.

9. San Diego

Bookings for ghost tours in sunny San Diego have increased by an astounding 447% since 2019, proving that this SoCal city offers more than just lazy beach days.

10. Philadelphia

Local lore claims that wandering spirits have been frequenting the area for ages.

10 Most Haunted Places in the US to Celebrate Halloween