The most haunted place in your state

This Old West-style bar in Skagway, southeast Alaska, transports you back in time. And, according to tradition, you'll be taken to another world. 

Skagway's Red Onion Saloon

Every state has a haunted hotel, but in Arizona, the Jerome Grand has the most. Not surprising given its origins as a hospital in a booming copper mining town. 

Jerome Grand Hotel

The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is another haunted hotel. When the hotel fell on bad times, it was bought by  cancer doctor Norman. 

Eureka Springs' Crescent Hotel

Sarah Winchester, widow of William Wirt Winchester, inventor of the Winchester weapon, erected this vast structure over decades.

San Jose's Winchester Mystery House

Nothing beats The Stanley, the setting for Stephen King's iconic horror novel The Shining. Room 217, where King stayed.

Estes Park's Stanley Hotel

Hartford's Mark Twain House
Home of late writer Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) characterized as "a residence with a heart and soul" It's also said to be a haunted mansion.

Skagway's Red Onion Saloon

Amstel House, built in the 1730s, is one of the city's few remaining early colonial structures. This red-brick Georgian mansion's ornate central entryway.

New Castle's Amstel House

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