Horror Movie Locations

From The Exorcist stairs to Pyscho's Bates mansion, take a closer look at the film locations of the some of the scariest horror movies ever made.

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Widely considered California's most famous ghost town, Bodie was founded in 1859 after gold was discovered nearby. 960 1280


The outpost of 200 original structures in Bodie makes up the nation's largest unreconstructed ghost town. 960 1280


Once a vibrant town in the Ozarks region, Elk Falls, KS, touts itself as the 'World's Largest Living Ghost Town.' 960 1280


The Kennecott copper mine in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is a living museum offering tours of the rehabbed mines. 960 1280


South Pass City, WY, got its start in 1867, but faded by the 1930s, leaving behind cabins, dance halls and a jail. 960 1280

Many original structures in St. Elmo, CO, have been restored, including a general store that opens from May and October. 960 1280

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One of the world's most haunted ships is the USS Hornet, an aircraft carrier at Alameda Naval Base near San Francisco. 960 1280


Starting in 1864, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, WV, was home to thousands of mentally ill patients. 960 1280


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Peter Shield's Inn  

Some patrons of Savannah's Moon River Brewery say they've seen bottles mysteriously fly through the air. 960 1280


Ghosts are a given in the theater world, and some dramatic spirits are known to lurk about the Boise Little Theater. 960 1280

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West Virginia's Moundsville Penitentiary was one of America's most violent correctional facilities. 960 1280


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