Love Halloween? Then Head to These Haunted Cities

CheapOair is offering inexpensive accomodations to America's most haunted cities

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CheapOair is offering travel deals to America's most haunted cities, where thrill-seeking travelers can experience the fright of their lives.

All packages must be booked October 24.

Baltimore, Maryland: Tour the Westminster Hall Catacombs, the final resting place of Edgar Allen Poe, who still frequently haunts the town. Spend 3 nights/4 days at the Holiday Inn Baltimore BWI Airport for $380 per person.

Charleston, South Carolina: Visit the Old City Jail, once the home of the city's most well-known convicts, pirates and Civil War prisoners. Tours are available nightly at 7PM, 8PM, 9PM and 10PM and last 45 minutes. Spend 3 nights/4 days at the Holiday Inn Charleston Airport & Conference Center for $433 per person.

Boston, Massachusetts: Catch a show at the Cutler Majestic Theatre, a performing arts venue at Emerson College, said to have the spirits of a married couple that watches performances from a balcony and a little girl who accepts hidden gifts that are left for her. Spend 3 nights/4 days at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers for $655 per person.

Portland, Oregon: Spend some time on Stark Street and ride the Stark Street Ferry, which transported plenty of bodies from the east side to the west side, as a majority of the cemeteries reside there and visitors often see "weird floaty-shapes" nearby. Spend 3 nights/4 days at the Hotel Monaco Portland, A Kimpton Hotel for $668 per person.

New Orleans, Louisiana: Referred to as the most haunted city in America, visit the numerous haunted houses, including The Hermann-Grima House, Hotel Monteleone, Beauregard-Keyes House, and Old Absinthe House, among others. Spend 3 nights/4 days at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside for $857 per person.

More information can be found on CheapOair.

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