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13 Spooky Virtual Ghost Tours that will keep your appetite fed for the Most Haunted from your own couch!
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Amazing Technologies have opened the doors to some of the most spectacular and haunted places through virtual tours they are offering publicly.  

No longer are we limited to on-site physical participation to explore and be enriched with discovering some of the most spooky and spine-chilling places in the world.  So hold on tight to your seat, for here are the 13 top virtual tours you can remotely explore from the comfort of your home!

The Catacombs of Paris

Location:  Paris, France

Description: Self-Guided allowing 360 degrees exploration of the Catacombs

About:      
Horror Enthusiasts will eat this one up!  If you do not have a claustrophobic disorder, don’t mind being under the earth prowling around a labyrinth of endless passages, and of course, not offended by a few century-old skulls and bones, then this is for you!  After 17th-century Paris was inundated with death, cemetery resting spots for the dead were over-populated, not providing above-ground space to bury their corpses.  Its origin was motivated by a major public health issue that tied back to the city's cemeteries. This lead to a decision to transfer post-mortal remains of six million people to an underground site, the Paris Municipal Ossuary, now known as the Paris Catacombs.  Read More

Cost:  Free

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE  

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE   

The Winchester Mystery House

Location:  San Jose, California

Description:  Self-Guided allowing 360-degrees exploration of the Winchester Mystery House.

About:      
The Winchester Mystery House has earned its passage into the halls of fame of the most haunted, and certainly mysterious, in the land! Its history incepted with the supernatural, tragedy, paranoia, and possibly, a bit of insanity is the foundation of one of the strongest structures known to modern man. The haunted stories are not disappointing nor are they far from few. Since its construction in 1884, the property and mansion were claimed by many to be haunted by the ghosts of those killed with Winchester rifles.  Read More.

Cost:  $8.00 (includes a complimentary pass for a future in-person Estate Tour); One can rent or purchase a full video tour as well.

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE  


New Orleans

Location:  New Orleans, Louisiana

Description: “Haunted New Orleans Tour” is a recorded video presentation.

About:      
New Orleans, without a doubt, is considered one of the most haunted cities in the United States. The triad effect of the Spiritual unrest, the Voodoo, and, yes, the Vampires that call this their home, New Orleans will not disappoint in its delivery of the spooky and, perhaps, super chilling horror. Read More of selected New Orleans Properties.  

Cost:  Free on Youtube (presented by Haunted New Orleans Tours)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE   

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE  


Chernobyl Nuclear Plant

Location:  Chernobyl, Ukraine

Description:  “Chernobyl 30 years Later” is a #360Video presentation brought to you by ABC News.

About:      
Chernobyl is considered the world's worst nuclear power plant accident because of its widespread release of radio contaminants.  Now more than three decades late, the disaster continues to have both a human and environmental impact, with a nuclear clean-up scheduled for completion in 2065. It has also been declared to have a supernatural history. Abandoned for nearly a quarter of a century, witnesses believe that the spirits of those who died in the tragic accident still roam the town, including what is known as a large black bird-like creature that was prophetic to the disaster.  Read More.

Cost:  Free on Youtube (brought to you by ABC News)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE  

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE


Hermitage Castle

Location:  Hawick, Scotland, UK

Description: “Hermitage Castle. A Wild Camp Halloween Special” is an intriguing YouTube Tour presented by The 12th Sagittarian Outdoors channel.

About:      
This 13th Century Scottish Castle is isolated, oppressive and is very uniquely breathtaking. The castle has a reputation, both from its history and its appearance, as one of the most sinister and atmospheric castle in Scotland. Black magic was practiced here, where innocent children were sacrificed. Today, the cries of its victims can still be heard through the ripples of the winds that always surround it.  Mary Queen of Scots is also noted to be one of the spirits lurking in this majestic property.  Read More.

Cost:  Free on Youtube (brought to you by The 12th Sagittarian Outdoors)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE  

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE 

Pennhurst Asylum

Location:  Spring City, Pennsylvania

Description: “Dare to Venture Inside Pennhurst Asylum’s Haunted Mayflower Building” is a recorded YouTube video presentation.

About:      
Pennhurst Asylum, first known as the State Institution for Epileptics and Feeble-Minded, was filled with adults and children with varying disabilities. From its very beginning, the school's history of mistreatment and abuse was quietly underway. This distressed property finally closed its doors in 1987. The large complex of buildings was neglected and left to the tortured memories, and perhaps the phantoms that still lurk to keep the horrific history alive.  Today, the caretakers and staff that look after the property believe that the buildings and underground tunnels are haunted by the angry spirits of patients who suffered and died here. Read More.

Cost:  Free on Youtube (presented by Destination America)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE  

Plan a Physical Visit As Well!  CLICK HERE  


Queen Mary

Location:  Long Beach, California

Description:  “Dare to Venture Inside Pennhurst Asylum’s Haunted Mayflower Building” is a recorded YouTube video presentation.

About:      
The Queen Mary’s creation and launch on May 27, 1936, was nothing but extraordinary.  Her story is rich with history, elegance, and grandeur. In her beginning, she served as the grandest trans-Atlantic travel bringing the richest and famous to America. She was stripped of her magnificent colors and luxurious amenities during World War II, serving as a converted troopship.  Today she is a popular attraction docked in Long Beach California. She has also been recognized as one of the "Top 10 most haunted places on earth" by Time Magazine. It concentrated historical tracers filled with souls that cared dearly about her ship are the catalyst for such a high density of spirit activity.  Read More.

Cost:  Free on Youtube (presented by the unofficial Queen Mary Video Channel)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE   

Plan a Physical Visit As Well!  CLICK HERE     

Leap Castle

Location:  Offaly, Ireland

Description:  “Inside Leap Castle – Ireland’s most haunted castle!” is a YouTube video presentation.

About:      
With a turbulent and bloody history, used as a fortress, home, and tomb, there is no doubt that the remaining phantoms there share agony and despair. Yes, Leap Castle is home to many fascinating and sometimes horrific spirits, constantly trying to keep their secrets locked while attempting to keep the annals of their history within the halls of immortality. It dates back to the 13th century, it was built over another ancient stone structure, occupied by druids who used the property for initiation ceremonies. This, and the many bloody incidents that occurred here, have manifested one of the most haunted properties on earth.  Read More.

Cost:  Free on Youtube (presented by Adventure Unscripted)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE 

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE   

The Alamo

Location:  San Antonio, Texas

Description:  This is a virtual 360 panoramic images virtual tour of the Alamo.

About:      
The Alamo was one of the most epic battles fought in the history of Texas and the United States in 1836. The siege lasted 13 days before Mexican troops under General Santa Anna defeated the Texas army garrisoned at the Alamo. Most of the ground that makes up Alamo Plaza today was used as a cemetery between the years of 1724 and 1793. It is estimated that about a thousand people were buried here. After the battle, most of those who died were also buried in the area.  Could this be the reason this is considered one of the most haunted places in the Lone Star State?  Take a look!  Read More.

Cost:   Free on the Alamo’s website

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE  

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE   

Huntingtower Castle

Location:  Perth, Scotland

Description:  “Ghosts: Huntingtower Castle 2013” is a recorded YouTube video presentation.

About:      
With such intense violent and dark history, certainly, the Huntingtower Castle does not escape from having intense supernatural activities that call to us with great chill us and aghast. And it does. Don't be too hasty for one of the most famous of its ghosts, Lady Greensleeves. She will appear in wearing a green period dress. Folks have been saying for years if you are unfortunate enough to catch a glimpse of this green specter it signifies that death has one bony hand on your shoulder and is calling you.  In other words, for if you see her you will die within the year. Not a good prophecy, huh? This tour will take you through the majestic structures of this 16th-century castle!  Read More.

Cost:  Free on Youtube (presented by Haunted Scotland)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE   

Rolling Hills Asylum

Location:  Bethany, New York

Description:  “Exploring Haunted Rolling Hills Asylum” is a recorded YouTube video presentation.

About:      
When Rolling Hills Asylum first opened on January 1, 1827, it was called the Genesee County Poor Farm. Here, it was said, people were institutionalized when it was declared they were not able to fend for themselves. Plainly and sadly, it served as a dumping ground for the cast-offs of society. The Rolling Hills Asylum has earned the well-deserved distinction of being one of America's most haunted places. Shadow people, disembodied voices, and a multitude of other paranormal evidence have been uncovered there.  Read More.

Cost:  Free on Youtube (presented by Haunted Road Media)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE  

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE  

 

Haunted York England

Location: York, England

Description:  “Exploring A Top Secret Nuclear Bunker” is a YouTube video presentation.

About:      
Many have stated, including Traveler Magazine in October 2019, which declared York is possibly the world's most haunted city. Here, one of its most popular ghost tour guides takes you on a private and virtual tour of his city, with an amazing description of some of York’s most famous ghosts!  His 20 plus years of experience as a storyteller, half a decade of roaming the delightful streets of York talking the toot with both visitors and residents about the grim and grisly history of this magnificently his macabre city of mine, will make this an absolute treat to watch!  

Cost:  Free on Youtube (presented by Dorian Deathly)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE

Plan a Physical Visit As well!   CLICK HERE

 

We finish with one of the most notorious of all….

 

The Stanley Hotel

Location:  Estes Park, Colorado

Description: “The Stanley Hotel; Room 217; Ghost Tour & Paranormal Investigation” is a recorded YouTube video presentation.

About:      
The Stanley Hotel may be best known, for its most famous guest, Stephen King, who used the majestic hotel as the inspiration for his The Shining, which he wrote after staying in room 217. King did not write the novel there, nor was the 1980 Stanley Kubrick movie filmed there, but the TV version of The Shining was filmed here. This history is not limited to the fame that Stephen King bestowed on it with its iconic novel. The Stanley had earned a sound reputation as a paranormal nerve center long before King’s arrival at the hotel. Most of it is attributed to the attached spirit of the F. O. Stanley who created this majestic hotel.  Read More

Cost:  Free on Youtube (presented by the Amys Crypt Channel)

Link to the Virtual Tour Here!  CLICK HERE

Plan a Physical Visit As well!  CLICK HERE

 
Now that we have kept your engaged with our world, be sure to share this article with your best friends and fans of the supernatural. Please comment below your favorite locations and the places you plan to visit soon! 

 

 

 

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