Have you ever wanted to have a crazy paranormal experience but you don't know where to turn? Luckily, these haunted houses let you rent them out to live out all of your wildest ghost hunting dreams.
There are certain haunted houses that have rooms available to rent. Obviously, a paranormal experience isn't guaranteed, but if you know what to do, you might just catch something that you can't explain
Morse Mill Hotel in Dittmer, MO
This old mill was turned into a hotel when the public began expressing interest in the alleged paranormal events. In the 1800s, Bertha Gifford was found guilty of killing 17 people with arsenic-infused chocolates. She lived and worked on the premise.
Visitors have documented hearing footsteps and getting touched when they're alone. The hotel is currently undergoing renovations, so rooms are unavailable to rent for now. Once the renovation is complete, the spirits will most likely be restless... We all know that they hate construction and renovation.
Villisca Axe Murder House in Villisca, IA
The Villisca Axe Murder House is one of the most famed haunted houses in America. In 1912, a family of six and two neighborhood children was murdered in the home. The killer, who was never found, beat everyone to death with an ax. The home has been featured on every ghost hunting show and most famously Ghost Adventures.
The house is old and not refurbished, so the hosts recommend and guests bring their own sleeping bags, blankets, and pillows. Honestly, roughing it is probably all part of the experience. You're basically camping out in a guaranteed haunted house! Guests have heard footsteps, children talking, and feel consistent cold spots... Even in the dead of summer.
Lizzie Borden House in Fall River, MA
Every American knows who Lizzie Borden is. She allegedly murdered her father, Andrew, and step-mother, Abby, in their home and was famously acquitted due to a lack of evidence. The family drama was already the talk of the town, and the murders made them even more famous.
The Fall River home was turned into a bed and breakfast years after the murders and even after a new owner. The current owners did their best to recreate the home as it was when the murders took place. The only original aspect of the home is the radiators... The very ones that Andrew Borden made himself.
Reservations are available, but for a price! After all, this is a very historic home that you're staying in. It's going to be a bit expensive. Plus, many guests have had bizarre experiences, especially when they break out the ghost hunting gear.
To get the best experience out of all of these paranormal hot spots, it's advisable to bring your own gear. EVP recorders, thermal and night vision cameras, spirit boxes, EMF readers... The works.