Moving to a new city for a new job can be a scary thing. For Travel Nurses and Therapists, it’s part of the fun. For travelers looking for a good scare on their next assignment, there are plenty of spooky places for you to check out.
Nashville, TN - Known worldwide as Music City, Nashville is a great place to take in some live music, it’s also a great place to get the pants scared off of you. Founded in 1779 the city has a rich history and with that comes some spine-tingling sights. The Tennessee State Prison dubbed The Castle is one such attraction. It was used in the 1999 film The Green Mile and was one of the locations of VH1’s Celebrity Paranormal Project.
Pittsburg, PA – Old South Pittsburg Hospital is a haunted house that is a bit different than most. At this spooky old hospital, you can be a part of a professional ghost hunt. You can choose to spend one night or if you’re feeling extra brave, two nights in the Old South Pittsburg Hospital. All the equipment is provided for you and you get to keep the recordings.
Atlanta, GA – For 20 years Netherworld has been making people scream. Located just north of the perimeter in Atlanta, Netherworld is a multistory, self-guided, award winning haunted house. It’s open every night in October plus the first weekend of November. Ticket prices and wait times vary on which night you want to go.
New York City, NY – New York City is synonymous with the theater and performance arts. Sleep No More is one of the city’s most unique and immersive theater experiences. Set at The McKittrick Hotel, this interactive stage allows guests to be a part of Shakespeare’s classic Scottish tragedy Macbeth.
St. Louis, MO – The Darkness claims to be the best haunted house in America. Which might be misleading because it’s actually 6 different attractions. You can try to escape from mummies, play laser tag with zombies, or try to survive Terror Visions, a 3D haunted house.
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