Western Cemetery, Alcatraz, and The Stanley Hotel are among the 31 sites that Google recently mapped, noting them as some of the spookiest sites in the country. What a pleasant surprise with Halloween just around the corner. These are places that are spooky for one reason or another and only the brave dare enter.
- Google painstakingly compiled and mapped 31 of the spookiest locations across the United States in time for Halloween.
- Most people use Google Maps to find where they need to go, but some people who are more thrill-seeking may opt for this list instead.
- Four notable locations are The Alamo, Alcatraz, the Western Cemetery in Baltimore, which is the final resting place of Edgar Allen Poe, and the Stanley Hotel in Colorado, which was the inspiration for Stephen King’s novel The Shining.
“Obviously, the same can’t be said for thrill-seekers who are more than likely clasping their hands together in devilish delight at the prospect of swinging by one or more of these legitimately spooky spots. That said, here are a few of the places to visit if intentionally creeping yourself out sounds like fun.”