If there is any hotel that’s potentially haunted, The Burlington is undoubtedly a prime candidate. With peeling damask wallpaper, dusty chandeliers, mirrors so old that the reflection is rusted black- this place is seriously creepy. The hotel is semi-maintained in a state of glorious decay, much like the haunted movie set you’ve always dreamed of visiting. If these walls could speak…
The Stanley Hotel - Estes Park - I've stayed here twice and lived to tell the story! The Overlook Hotel in the Stephen King book, The Shining, was based on this Hotel and the movie was filmed partly here.
"The cemeteries of New Orleans are much like the city itself. The graveyards are a mirror to the opulence and desecration of a mysterious and enchanting city. They dance back and forth between beauty and ruin.
At the northwest base of infamous Mount Fuji in Japan lies Aokigahara, a 14 square mile forest of immense natural beauty. It’s also the most common location for suicides in Japan, which as a nation has the third highest suicide rate in the world.