We Bet You Never Knew These Places Were Haunted

Surprisingly spooky places
You Never Knew These Places Were Haunted

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New York City's iconic Grand Central Terminal is believed by many to be haunted by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s dog Fala.

As temperatures drop across the country, scores of folks looking for fall fun may take a road trip to scary places like Sleepy Hollow, New York, or Salem, Massachusetts, but what if you serendipitously stumbled upon a surprisingly spooky place?

While we love to indulge in tame trips to the pumpkin patch, make spirited stops at Halloween haunted houses, or take impromptu road trips to the most haunted cities in North America in the run-up to Halloween, we were surprised to find that some of the most popular tourist attractions around the world are haunted.

While a ghost story or two may enhance the tour at these attractions, do you dare test your luck and wits at these original haunted haunts? Beware: You might see more than you bargained for! From haunted hotels to castles to theaters, we have found 15 places that we bet you never knew were haunted.

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