Virtual Haunted Houses To Explore For Halloween
COVID has messed up all plans for 2020, but it doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy Halloween. With the help of Travel and Leisure, let’s explore some virtual haunted houses to get you in the spooky mood.
Lizzie Borden House
“Lizzie Borden took an ax, gave her mother 40 whacks…” We all know the song and the story about Lizzie Borden and how she “allegedly” killed her parents. Now, folks say that the home is haunted by all three. For fans of the story, there are in-person tours of the property. There are also virtual tours on the house website.
The Queen Mary
The Queen Mary, located in Long Beach, California, is notoriously known for being haunted. There is one room in particular (Stateroom B340), which gets the most attention because it has a history of paranormal activity. If you are brave, check out one of the many walkthrough tours from their Dark Harbor Halloween experience on YouTube. The video below should get you started.
The Crescent Hotel
Located in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, The Crescent Hotel is one of the most famous haunted locations. Paranormal activity, poltergeists, ghost sightings — it’s all happened at this spot. And you can tour the property and experience it firsthand.
The Paris Catacombs are arguably one of the most haunted places on the planet. That might be because the tunnels had held the remains of over six million people. Lucky for you, they can be explored from the comfort of your couch on the website.
For the full list of haunted destinations you can explore online, visit Travel and Leisure.