Denver ranks among top spookiest Halloween destinations

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DENVER — According to Travelocity, Denver ranks among the top Halloween destinations from around the world.

If you are a Halloween enthusiast looking for a frightful getaway, you’re in luck because Denver is No. 5 on the travel site’s list of ghastly destinations at home and abroad.

Denver makes the list as one of the most notable attractions due to its haunted houses including The 13th Door on South Parker Rd. in Aurora, as well as spooky sites like Denver’s Buckhorn Exchange steakhouse, located in the city’s oldest neighborhood.

Denver’s Cheeseman Park and Estes Park’s Stanley Hotel are also featured as scary sites making Denver such a spooky spot.

Travelocity says the Brown Palace Hotel is a great place to stay on Halloween because it’s not only favored by celebrities and presidents, but is reportedly home to “ghosts and paranormal activity.”

New Orleans tops the list of haunted destinations in the U.S., followed by Chicago as the second-scariest place to stay, as well as Salem, Massachusetts.

Find out what other cities made the list here.

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