Some people get their Halloween thrills and chills from ghost stories, while others prefer getting up close and personal with the paranormal. Fall into the latter category? Skip the fake haunted houses this October and try visiting one of the real-life “haunted” locations listed on this map, which we spotted on Thrillist.
Created by an anonymous Google Maps user, the map identifies 31 purportedly haunted places across the U.S. Some of the locations are obvious choices, like Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the site of the Civil War’s bloodiest battle, or Salem, Massachusetts, which was home to the infamous 17th century witch trials. Others, like the Bell Witch Cave in Adams, Tennessee or Myrtle’s Plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana, are more obscure. A handful—like the Alamo in San Antonio, Alcatraz Island in San Francisco, and yes, the White House—are even historic landmarks.
The sites have one thing in common: All of them are allegedly filled with restless spirits. Halloween road trip, anyone?