Would You Dare To Scream?



As I was browsing the internet looking at Travel Sites I came across a site advertising the opportunity to spend a night in one of 5 haunted houses from Richfield Springs, New York to Painswick, England, to Brasov, Transylvania!

For an outrages amount such as; $12,500 to $3000 per night you could have as many as 14 to 15 bedrooms, 16 baths and invite at least 40 friends and relatives to come and enjoy a thrilling night of haunting screams and fright!!


“You don’t need to go trick-or-treating to see a ghost this Halloween. Just spend a vacation in one of these five haunted vacation rentals…if you dare.”


“This historic 1843 inn dates back to the Civil War. The morning fog hovering over the lake is eerily calm, but you may not be watching it alone. It’s said that the ghosts of fallen soldiers roam the premises, though judging by the stellar guest reviews – they’re seldom seen.”


“This massive, gorgeous estate is straight out of the UK’s history books. Previous guests include King Charles I during the 1643 Siege of Gloucester, who is said to still haunt the four acres of landscaped gardens.”

“Folks who visit Transylvania can feel Count Dracula’s legend everywhere. The fictional vampire has been a Halloween staple since his inception in 1897, and Cabana Mesteacanul is the perfect home base for a spooky Romanian escape.”

“Scotland is reputed to be one of the most haunted countries in the world, home to numerous 15th- and 16th-century castles with harrowing tales: an amorous wife slain at the hands of her jealous husband, the cries of young children or the groans of the tortured souls of the Forsyth Clan. The Colliston Castle in Arbroath, as well as nearby Ethie Castle, are just two properties offering a spooky paranormal stay.”

This one-night holiday would not be my cup of tea but I wouldn’t be surprised that they will be fully booked come Halloween night!!


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