For a scary time, book a room near these 4 haunted places in the Northeast

Halloween is more than trick-or-treating, goblins and scary decorations.

Some folks actually like to head to haunted places to hunt ghosts and learn more about the stories behind why a place is haunted.

Below we list four such places in the Northeast and how you can lodge near those places through

VRBO stands for Vacation Rentals by Owner.

Good luck with your scary vacation and don’t let the ghosts get you.


The Amityville Horror House, Long Island, N.Y.

Amityville Horror House

In 1974, a boy killed his parents and four siblings at this house in Amityville, L.I.

Ronald DeFeo Jr. killed his parents and four siblings in this home in 1974. The horrific event captivated the media and a book called “The Amityville Horror” was released in 1977. A series of movies followed.

The house is said to be haunted by its violent past.

You can lodge close to the house

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The 10 most haunted places on Earth, from Lizzie Borden’s house to a plague zone

Just in time for tricks and treats, Travel + Leisure has come up with a list of the 30 most haunted places on Earth, from England’s 400-year-old Raynham Hall in Norfolk — where the ghost of Lady Dorothy Walpole is said to roam the manor house — and Venice’s Poveglia Island, a plague quarantine zone, to the Lizzie Borden House in Fall River, Massachusetts.

California’s has several spooky spots on the list, including San Jose’s Winchester Mystery House (No. 19) and the Queen Mary in Long Beach (No. 6), where more than 50 people died during the liner’s 30 years at sea.

Other famous — or infamous — sites include Colorado’s Stanley Hotel (No. 11) in Estes Park, one of the inspirations for Stephen King’s book, “The Shining,” and New York City’s One If By Land, Two If By Sea restaurant (No. 14), which is haunted, some say, by the

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Best Places to Visit in Asia, 2020 > CEOWORLD magazine

Asia is diverse in several ways. The ecosystems in Asia include aquatic, coastal, forests, and human-made. Travel destinations range from modern Japan to heavenly Nepal.

Here’s our list of the best places to visit in Asia

  1. Pokhara, Nepal
    The hills of Pokhara welcome scores of trekkers every year. March and April are the best months to visit as the sky is clear the weather is lovely.
    A trek to the World Peace Stupa on top of Pumdi Bhumdi rewards you with a stunning bird’s eye view of Pokhara. Make sure you also visit Davis Falls, Mahendra Cave, and Phewa Lake.
  2. Luang Prabang, Laos
    The whole town of LuangPrabang is a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its extraordinary architectural and cultural heritage. You’ll get to see a large collection of Laos arts and crafts at the Wat Xieng Thong (Temple of the Golden City).
    You can go to Wat Chom
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Photographs From the Last Quiet Places on Earth | Travel

It happened just before dawn. The murmur of bat wings fluttered above me, somewhere within earshot. I lay among the rocks and realized, not for the first time, that my camera was wildly insufficient. In the moonless, inky hours before the sunlight creeps back in from the east, there is very little to see. All I could do was listen to these sightless fliers feeding above me in the stillness.

Having spent my career working as a photographer in remote, hard-to-reach areas, it took me nearly two decades to fully realize that the least appreciated and often the hardest gems to document are not the vistas I chase with still cameras, but the auditory elements that surround them. It was that blanket of calm—layered with the notes of wind, wings and scampering claws—that remained with me long after my pixels were processed.

Markarfljot River, Iceland
Although Iceland draws more than two million visitors
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‘Barefoot Contessa’ Ina Garten’s Favorite Places to Wine and Dine in Paris

Barefoot Contessa star Ina Garten made a name for herself in the food world thanks to her Hamptons-inspired recipes and “easy entertaining” style. But, Garten also loves to travel and enjoy food from different countries and cultures. One of her favorite places abroad is Paris. Not only does Garten have an apartment in the City of Lights, she also has favorite places to wine and dine.

Food Network’s ‘Barefoot Contessa’ Ina Garten | Mike Smith/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images

Ina Garten’s dream was to have an apartment in Paris

Barefoot Contessa fans know that Garten’s Instagram feed is dominated with posts about food and entertaining. However, she sometimes shares pics of her family – especially her husband, Jeffrey.

When Ina and Jeffrey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 2018, she posted some throwback pics of the couple. She also shared the story of how Jeffrey made

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Best Places to Visit in Central And South America, 2020 > CEOWORLD magazine

Prepping up for a vacation might seem like decades when you are not able to zero in on a particular destination to rest your itchy feet. With a history dating back to ancient civilizations, cosmopolitan cities, and natural wonders to daunt over, both Central and South America have a lot to offer for the tourists. The dual continents are packed with jaw-dropping beaches, rainforests, Incan remains to a carnival extravaganza which is reason enough to lure travelers towards it. So if you are up for a trip to South and Central America, then the below list of places shall be stuffed carefully in your travel itinerary.

  1. Argentine Patagonia
    Among the list of exotic locales sprinkled around the South-America, Patagonia can be easily voted as the most beautiful place. Also, famous as the land of lore and legends, Patagonia is incredibly gorgeous and boasts of a diverse landscape. From chasing the
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How I Travel: Pete Souza On the Best Places He Visited With President Obama

Though he’s currently locked down in Madison, Wisconsin, former official White House photographer Pete Souza used to have a travel life few can imagine. He accompanied President Ronald Reagan and President Barack Obama throughout their terms, from the mundane moments around the West Wing to boarding Air Force One for appointments overseas—and what he has to say about those flying experiences might surprise you.

A new documentary, The Way I See It, follows his career and some of his most memorable moments with Obama. In anticipation of the film, which is in theaters now and debuting on MSNBC on October 16, Souza chatted with Condé Nast Traveler about presidential planes, the U.S.’s most underrated destinations, and the best spots he saw with the 44th president.

The trip he wants to take once it’s safe:

I want to see my mom. She just turned 94, and I haven’t seen her for

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America’s best places to see beautiful fall colors

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Two Connecticut towns make Money’s list of best places to live, reflecting pandemic priorities

South Windsor and Cheshire are among the “Best Places to Live in the U.S.,” according to Money magazine’s 2020 list.

Released Tuesday, the list of 50 communities across the nation spotlights escape from urban life to suburban sanctuaries during the coronavirus pandemic.

“As the pandemic has prompted more people to make the change from city living to suburban dwelling, this list is a guide for people looking at where the economy, job growth and housing market remained strong despite COVID-19 disruptions,” Money spokeswoman Christine Ragasa said.

South Windsor is 12th on the list and Cheshire is 28th. Evans, Georgia, took the top spot.

The magazine looked at towns with populations of at least 25,000 and ranked them by job opportunities, supply and demand for homes, cost of living, quality of schools, racial and economic diversity and health and safety, according to a news release.

“This year, given the general uncertainty

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