The 10 Most Popular Haunted Tourist Destinations In The U.S.
Halloween is this weekend and if you’re looking for some spooky spots, check out this list! According to research, these destinations have a history of ghostly activities. New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge – research shows that there have been sightings of headless figures possibly from some of the people who died while working on the bridge. The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas – Claims that a ghost of a guard appears on the south side of the building’s roof. Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado – Stephen King used this hotel as his inspiration for “The Shining”. Allegedly, room 418 and 217 have the most haunted activity. Other destinations that made the list are: Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, PA., Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA., Robert the Doll, Key West, Fl., Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Fl.
RTD may be the most haunted doll in the world and you too can meet Robert the Doll at his home in Key West at the Fort East Martello Museum. You can go there and meet the infamous doll and explore the 1862 Civil war fort.
https://t.co/f8MtsFVC9t May have scared myself like the big baby person I am making this video but the kids had a blast meeting the most haunted doll in the world.— Christy (@greenchristyeye) October 20, 2021