Let the zodiac sign decide which ghost you should see

'Tis the season of ghost stories and haunted houses, and what better way to choose your next spooky destination than on your birthday? Decide which haunted place you should visit based on your zodiac sign, you won't be disappointed - it's actually designed to suit your needs! You don't have to leave the United States (or even your own state, actually) to find yourself in the afterlife. Ghostly things are all around you. All you have to do is do a quick search on the internet and you're bound to find houses, forests, and other types of places filled with paranormal activity.

If you are a believer in astrology, you know that our placement in the zodiac helps determine our strengths, weaknesses, likes and dislikes. If you don't believe in the zodiac...well, you don't have to be an astrology fan to appreciate these haunted places. Everyone loves a good ghost story. If you're already feeling the Halloween spirit (because it's totally appropriate to celebrate Halloween 365 days a year) and you're having a hard time choosing a place that can actually scare you, read on and try not to get goosebumps. My two dogs dare you.

1. Aquarius: Cleveland Museum of Art

Aquarius are known for being intellectuals - deep thinkers. Satisfy your thirst for knowledge at the Cleveland Museum of Art. The ghost of Claude Monet is said to have been photographed intact, with reports that both Jean-Gabrielle Duterte and former museum director William Mathewson Millican have been spotted. It's not uncommon for flashlights to go out randomly, and electrical and mechanical "glitches" occur.

2. Pisces: Stanley Hotel

Introverted Pisces loves being alone with a good book, so why not visit the hotel that inspired famous author Stephen King's The Shining ? The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado is known as one of the most haunted places in America. King himself stayed in room 417. Guests reported their belongings being mysteriously unpacked, lights flickering on and off, and children laughing in the hallways. Staff reported hearing music coming from the empty ballroom. spooky.

3. Aries: The White House

Aries are born leaders, so visit where leaders live... America's most popular house: The White House. The ghosts of Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Abigail Adams, and David Burns have all been spotted wandering the president's home. With such a rich history and having been home to some of the most powerful figures from America's past, it's no surprise that the White House can be a hotbed of paranormal activity.

4. Taurus: Myrtle

Taurus is a great gardener, so you might be interested in a haunted plantation. The Myrtle Plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana is one of the most famous plantations in the United States. Since its founding in 1796, its history is a chilling one, even discounting the fact that it was built on an ancient cemetery. Cameras captured ghostly images, and witnesses experienced shaking clocks, levitating beds and the sound of footsteps. The Myrtle Plantation still exists today as a bed and breakfast.

5. Gemini: Patty Library

Geminis are the most devoted bibliophiles of the zodiac, and there's no better place for a bookworm than the library. Penn State Patty Library will provide you with Wiley. Staff and students reportedly heard screams and saw transparent girls flipping through books. The book cart moved inexplicably, and witnesses claimed to see eyes glowing red.

6. Cancer: The Masonic Temple

Cancer has an artist inside of him who's always ready to explode, so the reportedly haunted Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan is the place to be. The Masonic Temple is now a concert venue; but it has more than 100 rooms and is said to have hidden passages and staircases, as well as compartments under the floors. George Mason went bankrupt trying to finance the construction of the Masonic Temple and jumped from a roof after his wife left him. Staff claimed he didn't leave, frightened security and climbed up the building's steps. Guests will experience cold spots, slamming doors, and mysterious shadows.

7. Leo: Birdcage Theater

Leos like to be in the limelight and often engage in performing arts careers. Head to the Birdcage Theater in Tombstone, Arizona, a true icon of the Wild West. The theater was a common venue for fights and brawls, as evidenced by the 140 bullet holes that pockmarked the walls. At least 26 people died in gunfights or knife fights, and the theater now echoes with blood-curdling music, laughter and shouts. The ghosts of cowboys and prostitutes are also seen and felt.

8. Virgo: Villisca Ax Murder House

Virgos are analytical, pragmatic, and hard-working. You need to visit the Villiska Ax Murder House in Villiska, Iowa. In June 1912, eight people were murdered in their sleep by an axe-wielding killer. To this day, no one knows who did it. Visitors to the house have experienced children's voices and other strange noises, falling lights, moving objects, crashing sounds and laughter. Virgos love mysteries; so head to Villisca and start solving some crimes.

9. Libra: Los Doncesar Hotel

Libras are very romantic and charming, so the Lowes Don CeSar Hotel in St. Pete Beach, Florida is the place for you. Thomas Rowe once fell in love with a Spanish opera singer, but her parents disapproved of the marriage and the couple never saw each other again. So in the 1920s, he built this upscale hotel in an attempt to mend his broken heart. To this day, witnesses report seeing Thomas and his wife walking hand in hand in the hotel gardens.

10. Scorpio: Royal Queen Mary

Scorpios are a water sign and belong to the ocean – not to mention they are natural detectives. Explore the RMS Queen Mary in Long Beach, California. The Queen Mary was originally an ocean liner and was later used in World War II before returning to passenger service. It was decommissioned in 1967. But during its run, at least one murder and multiple accidental deaths occurred. Now a hotel, guests have reported seeing ghostly crew members in the cabin and hearing children crying. There are approximately 100 resident ghosts on board in total.

11. Sagittarius: Lizzie Borden House

Sagittarius, you love traveling, so your next adventure should be at the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast in Fall River, Massachusetts. In 1892, Borden was accused of killing her sleeping father and stepmother with an axe... three people, some of whom reportedly never left the house. Guests can experience the sound of footsteps, unexplained gusts of wind, and the sound of lights turning on and off. Doors opened and closed, invisible sounds could be heard, and guests were moved. A staff member found a dent in the bed, as if someone had just been lying on it - but no one was there. People felt cold, heard cries, and saw phantoms all over their bodies.

12. Capricorn: Waverly Hills Sanatorium

Capricorns often dabble in science-related fields, such as medicine, so there's no better place than Waverly Hills Sanitarium in Louisville, Kentucky. Between 1921 and 1961, Waverly Hills Sanatorium treated tuberculosis patients. More than 6,000 people died there, either from the disease itself or from the questionable methods doctors used to treat them—many of which were experimental and extremely painful. Murder was suspected, especially since a nurse was found dead hanging from a lightbulb cord. Witnesses reported slamming doors, cold places and apparitions, including a woman who fled the building with a cut wrist.

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