ESTES PARK, Colo. (KDVR) — If you are looking to get into the Halloween mood or experience the supernatural, Colorado is home to one of the spookiest towns in the country, according to new data from security company Vivint.

The data shows that Estes Park is the 8th spookiest town in the United States based on several factors.

Here are the factors Vivint used to rank the towns:

  • Ghost sightings
  • Haunted places
  • Supernatural readings per 100,000 people
  • Funeral services per 100,000 people
  • Haunted house attractions per 100,000 people

While Estes Park ranked low for ghost sightings and haunted places, it ranked high for supernatural readings, funeral services, and haunted house attractions.

The spookiest place in the country, according to the data, is Stowe, Vermont.

Here are the top 10 spookiest places, according to Vivint:

  1. Stowe, Vermont
  2. Eureka Springs, Arkansas
  3. Austin, Texas
  4. Los Angeles, California
  5. San Antonio, Texas
  6. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
  7. Houston, Texas
  8. Estes Park, Colorado
  9. Baltimore, Maryland
  10. St. Augustine, Florida

Estes Park is home to The Stanley Hotel, which is said to have inspired Stephen King to write “The Shining”.