We’ve talked a lot about haunted houses in the past year, and the best ones have been some of the most memorable and frightening to date.
Now, we have our fifth installment of the Best of Haunted Houses series, which will examine the best haunted houses around the country, with a focus on attractions that aren’t on the top of our list of top haunted houses, but are nonetheless among the most captivating.
The list is composed of the best ghost houses, ghost tours, ghost stories, haunted attractions, haunted houses and other ghost-themed attractions in the US, as well as those from Canada and abroad.
If you’re looking for something new to visit in the U.S., don’t forget to check out our roundup of top haunts in Canada.1.
The Haunted House in GeorgiaHaunted House AttractionsAtlanta, GeorgiaHaunted house attractions in Georgia are a growing market with some of them offering everything from haunted houses to haunted rides to haunted movies to haunted house tours.
If that’s not enough to make you decide to check one out, check out what we have to offer.
The Georgia Haunted House Attraction in Atlanta is one of the more popular attractions in Atlanta and the closest thing to the famous “Haunted House” in Atlanta that you can see in person.
You can expect to pay $10-$20 to get in and spend a little over an hour with the ghostly ghost of the person who once lived there, which is where the attraction is located.
The Ghostly Ghost Tour will take you through the walls of the former haunted house where the story goes that an unknown man stole the body of a woman.
It’s rumored that this woman, named Mary, was murdered in the attic of the old home by the house’s resident, a man named John Ransom.
The tour is offered every other year and offers a glimpse of the ghost of Mary, who is often seen walking around the ghost-filled grounds, as she tries to remember who she is.
The haunted house is free and open to the public, and is available for public tours throughout the year.
If all that sounds like too much, check other haunted house destinations that are located in Georgia, like the Atlanta Museum of Art’s Haunted House, or the Haunted House of the Pacific in Vancouver, Canada.2.
The Silent Hill in Atlanta Haunted House ToursAtlanta, AtlantaAtlanta’s ghost tours offer a trip down memory lane.
For this year, the Atlanta Ghost Tour was created to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the infamous Resident Evil movie franchise.
The attraction is part of the Ghostly Horror Tour, which takes you to the Atlanta museum, where you’ll see an abandoned mansion that has been converted into a haunted house.
If it’s not a haunted attraction, then you’ll find that a series of eerie scenes that take place at the haunted house will leave you feeling like you’re in a nightmare.
The Atlanta Ghost Tours are a series that takes you from the haunted mansion to a different part of town, and offers ghost tours from Atlanta to Savannah, Georgia.
The tours include a visit to the old ghost house, a visit with the Haunted Mansion Tour guide, and even an experience in a haunted cabin.
If the ghost tours in Atlanta don’t feel too scary, the Silent Hill Ghost Tours in Atlanta are a good option to see if you can make it to the original haunted house and see the original movie.3.
The Great Gatsby in Orlando, FloridaGhost tours at the Great Garts Inn in Orlando are one of those haunted attractions that can make your heart beat faster than usual.
The ghost tours are one part of a much larger, ghost-related tour of the property that includes an interactive interactive walk around the haunted property, a walk through the original mansion, and an in-person ghost tour.
The first and only Ghost Tour in the United States is scheduled for November.
The second and third Ghost Tours, in Orlando and Atlanta, are scheduled for June and July respectively.
In all, there are four Ghost Tours scheduled for Orlando and four Ghost Tour locations in Atlanta.
You’ll be able to check-in with a guide and learn more about the location of the haunted attraction.
It may seem like you’ll be getting in on the fun for free, but if you want to check them out, then the Great Ghosts tour is definitely worth a visit.4.
The Biggest Haunted Mansion in North CarolinaThe Haunted Mansion at The Haunted Mansion is a haunted mansion in the Outer Banks of North Carolina that was built in 1910.
It is located in the beautiful Outer Banks community of Myrtle Beach, just north of Charlotte.
It was originally a haunted amusement park called The Haunted Palace.
The building was destroyed by fire in 2013 and has since been rebuilt.
The original haunted attraction was demolished and rebuilt as the Haunted Garden.
You will walk through a series, rooms, and corridors filled with ghostly apparitions