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Where would you go if you were hoping to encounter the supernatural?

Our country’s rich—albeit bloody and sometimes morally unsavory—history provides those not-so-faint-of-heart travelers many locations that offer fright-filled folklore to slake their thirst for being spooked.

Although there is no shortage of U.S. cities that many deem haunted, here are three that appear in multiple online lists:

Savannah, Georgia

Southern Living‘s Kaitlyn Yarborough cites war, disease and slave trading as primary factors contributing to its haunted past in her piece, “The South’s Most Haunted Cities.

The article references visitsavannah.com and includes some places gutsy travelers can visit to get their phantasm fix:

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