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Road Trip Guide to America's Most Haunted Hotels

Features & Advice | Patrick Clarke | November 02, 2016

Road Trip Guide to America's Most Haunted Hotels

PHOTO: Haunted hotels travel map. (Image courtesy of HalloweenCostumes.com)

Halloween may be over, but haunted hotels are open year-round.

Those looking to tour America's most iconic haunted hotels this fall need look no further than HalloweenCostumes.com's 2016 road trip guide to ghost hunting. The guide details dozens of allegedly haunted hotels from around the country, including accommodations outside of the mainland U.S. in Alaska and Hawaii.

Some well-known hotels are featured, including Long Beach, California's Queen Mary and Savannah, Georgia's Marshall House Hotel. But there are also a handful of lesser-known properties that ghost hunters will want to explore and check off of their bucket list, including the French Lick Springs Hotel in French Lick, Indiana and the Pollard Hotel in Red Lodge, Montana, among others.

All 50 states are represented on the road map.

READ MORE: The Top Haunted Hotel Stays this Halloween

HalloweenCostumes.com's guide also points travelers to the spookiest rooms at each hotel, whether it be a specific room number or an entire floor.

Travelers can also review background information on each hotel to learn how it earned its haunted reputation as well as what to look for once they check in.

 Haunted Hotels Road Map
Image Created by HalloweenCostumes.com

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