For when you need a more immersive haunting experience.
From Knotts Scary Farm to Eastern State Penitentiary, these haunted attractions are worth a visit this Halloween season.
Mystic Manor in Hong Kong Disneyland manages to honor the original Haunted Mansion ride while respecting cultural sensitivities at the same time.
The headless horseman from ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’ is just one of several headless horsemen to haunt the globe.
Julia Brown sang, “One day I'm gonna die, and take the whole town with me.”
Some visitors have chosen Japan’s Aokigahara, or ‘suicide forest,’ as the setting for their final moments—walking in with no intention of ever walking out.
If you’re really feeling brave, you and a group of friends can rent out the house that inspired ‘The Conjuring’ for a whole night.
These haunted woods are not for the faint of heart.
Paranormal investigators explore what goes bump in the night—and here's what they had to say about what their job is really like.
Not all dolls are created equal: Some are kinda creepy, some are hella creepy, and some are haunted. Or at least, they’re said to be.
These castles entice both the living and the dead.
The Rhode Island house that inspired 'The Conjuring' (2013) officially has a new owner.
A ghost named “Bloody Bruce” supposedly haunts Earlshall Castle’s halls. But at least he’d never leave dirty dishes in the sink.
Is ‘The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia’ one of the best horror movies ever? Based on the number of jump scares alone, yes.
Exorcism has a fascinating, unsettling history, and it’s left an indelible mark on pop culture thanks to films like 1973's 'The Exorcist.' Here are six historical exorcisms that are every bit as chilling as anything Hollywood can produce.
At the supposedly haunted Toy "R" Us in Sunnyvale, California, employees reported mysterious chills and toys flying off the shelves.
From orb to ghost box, these are the terms to learn before embarking on a paranormal investigation—or binge-watching your favorite ghost-hunting show.
‘The Devil in the White City’ author Erik Larson loves to be spooked—here are some scary stories that do just that.
It may be the place to bid on items you can't find anywhere else, but eBay draws the line at auctioning off your soul to the highest bidder.
From the gas station in ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ to the eerie steps from ‘The Exorcist,’ here are the real-life spots behind your favorite horror movies.
Paranormal investigator Zak Bagans has been bringing ghost hunting to the masses for well over a decade now with 'Ghost Adventures.' Now he's teaming up with horror master Eli Roth for a new kind of adventure: scripted storytelling.
The Enslin Mansion in Troy, New York, was visited by notorious gangster John T. “Legs” Diamond before his violent death.