**Some of these may be cliche, but I'm willing to bet that some of them you've never heard of**
1. Barker Ranch - I'm
2. New Orleans, LA - I'm very curious about the entire city, but especially any old plantations, mansions, or manors that are still standing. Lots of those old places had owners that tortured their slaves and are said to still be haunted (fyi, if that happened to me or my family, I would haunt the shit outta that place). Toss in some voodoo or seance parties and a couple of old, creepy graveyards and I am so in.
3. Helltown, OH - This completely abandoned town is home to many tall tales and legends. Helltown is allegedly home to all kinds of stuff, everything from normal, everyday haunted stuff like ghosts and cemeteries to Satanists and mutants. If any of these turned out to be true, this would be a kick-ass place to visit some wicked night. Bonus points: The town was originally known as Boston Township (Love you, Boston!).
4. Willowbrook State School - Though some of this horrible "school" has been incorporated into a college, most of the buildings sit abandoned and falling down. At one time it was a state-run institution for people with mental disabilities. However, the "patients" were treated so horribly that various news crews went in and covered the details of the atrocities. Public outcry called for the closing of the "school" and it was shut down in 1987. I don't know that the place is haunted. But I fahking assume so.
5. Salem MA - Boston tells me that Salem is basically one gigantic tourist trap now. That doesn't stop me from wanting to see and feel the history and presence of the sight of the greatest witch hunt in American history. I don't care if you can buy "Park Your Broom Here" signs, I'm sure that there is an overall feel to that place that is downright creep-a-licious!