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Old Lemp Brewery

Old Lemp Brewery

Wind through 20,000 feet of natural caverns underneath the Old Lemp Brewery in St. Louis, MO, where the Lemp family committed suicide in the late 1800s. 960 1280

  

Delusion Haunted House

Delusion Haunted House

Become a character in a horror film when you visit Delusion – an interactive haunted play in Los Angeles. 960 1280

  

Dead End Corn Maze

Dead End Corn Maze

Try to escape the Dead End Corn Maze at Fearshire Farms in Angelo, TX. 960 1280

  

Colorful Carved Pumpkins

Colorful Carved Pumpkins

Colorful – and freaky -- carved pumpkins on display at Fearshire Fams. 960 1280

  

Scary Mask

Scary Mask

Get in the Halloween spirit with freaky costumes like this one. 960 1280

  

Scene From Old Lemp Brewery

Scene From Old Lemp Brewery

This scary scene is what you should expect when visiting the Old Lemp Brewery. 960 1280

  

Delusion

Delusion

This interactive horror theatre experience is sure to keep you up at night. 960 1280

  

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Eiffel Tower, Paris

A popular spot for marriage proposals has also made the list of the top spots for suicides in Europe, leading paranormal investigators to investigate the grounds around the Eiffel Tower. Further, the legend of a young man who planned to propose to his love on the Eiffel Tower, then pushed her to her death when she declined, continues to make the rounds. Her laughter and then screams can still be heard at the site. 960 1280

  

The White House, Washington D.C.

The White House, Washington D.C.

Sitting presidents have walked the halls of the White House for many years, but it’s been said that the ghosts of a few past presidents, namely Andrew Jackson, Harry Truman and Abraham Lincoln, continue to wander the most famous address in the United States. Some say that Lincoln paces during times of crisis, while the ghost of former First Lady Abigail Adams has been said to carry laundry to the East Room. 960 1280

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The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China

One of the most well-known landmarks in the world, visited by more than 10 million visitors each year, the Great Wall of China is considered by some to be among the most haunted. Upwards of two million workers lost their lives building the wall and some tourists have said they’ve seen ghosts walking along the wall, even hearing marching footsteps. Others have experienced sudden headaches and nausea at the Great Wall. 960 1280

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Queen Mary Hotel, Long Beach, California

Queen Mary Hotel, Long Beach, California

On dry dock in Long Beach, located right next to an active Carnival cruise ship, you’d never know that the Queen Mary is haunted. Go on-board for Sunday Brunch, a historical walking tour or a stay in one of the restored staterooms. At night, however, guests have reported paranormal activity, claiming to see the ghosts of children who drowned in the ship’s pool, even a “lady in white” roaming the storied cruise ship. 960 1280

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Wrigley Field, Chicago

Wrigley Field, Chicago

The Curse of the Billy Goat is well-known by Chicago Cubs fans, dashing the team’s playoff hopes year after year, but far fewer know that the Cubs’ own Wrigley Field is said to be haunted. The authors of Field of Screams say it’s the most haunted ballpark in the country, frequented by the ghosts of announcer Harry Caray, songwriter Steve Goodman and Charlie Grimm, team manager in the 1930s and 1940s. 960 1280

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The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia

The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia

The Kremlin is not only one of the most recognizable buildings in Moscow, it’s also said to be one of the most haunted. The ghosts of infamous leaders, like Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lennon, have appeared to security guards walking the grounds late at night. Witnesses have noted an intense chill in the air preceding the appearance of Stalin. As for Ivan the Terrible, his ghost has been seen near the bell tower some evenings. 960 1280

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First Avenue Nightclub, Minneapolis

First Avenue Nightclub, Minneapolis

Made famous by Prince in the 1980s, First Avenue Nightclub in Minneapolis has had everyone from Tina Turner to Soul Asylum to Depeche Mode on stage, in some cases even serving as the launch pad for musical careers. However, few realize that the nightclub may be haunted by a blonde woman wearing a green jacket. As the story goes, the woman hung herself in the ladies room and her ghost still turns up there today. 960 1280

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The Colosseum, Rome

The Colosseum, Rome

Gladiators, prisoners and slaves, even exotic animals, like lions and tigers, all met untimely deaths underneath the Colosseum, and their spirts can still be felt to this day. Tour guides and visitors have reported experiencing paranormal activity at the Colosseum, like screaming and moaning, as well as the roars of lions, even crowd cheers. The ghosts of Roman soldiers have also been seen at Colosseum entrances. 960 1280

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Old Spaghetti Factory, Vancouver, Canada

Old Spaghetti Factory, Vancouver, Canada

A popular eatery, some also know the Old Spaghetti Factory for the ghost of a tram conductor for the Number 53 trolley car who continues to frequent the restaurant years after a crash in the early 1900s. It’s believed that he was killed by way of an underground collision under the restaurant. Others have seen a second ghost described only as a “little red man” who whispers to servers in the kitchen. 960 1280

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Madame Tussauds, Las Vegas

Madame Tussauds, Las Vegas

At Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas, you’ll find everyone from Brad Pitt to Gwen Stefani to Jerry Springer, all made from wax, of course. But you may also be privy to the paranormal, particularly near the wax Tupac Shakur, who was killed just a few blocks away. Museum guards have claimed to hear laughter and clinking glasses, as well as experienced the feeling of being pushed away by ice cold hands inside the museum. 960 1280

  

Carving Hands

Carving Hands

Scott Cummins, an artist and school teacher, carves pumpkins as a hobby. We decided to share a few examples of his amazing work. This pumpkin is a tribute to the famous Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher’s 1948 lithography,“Drawing Hands.” Scott pays homage to him and calls this piece of pumpkin art “Carving Hands.” 960 1280

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Hidden Predator

Hidden Predator

“For this one, I visualized a snake stowed away inside a pumpkin.” - Scott Cummins 960 1280

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Carving Technique

Carving Technique

“Sometimes I enjoy completely carving out a pumpkin so it can be lit from inside. It’s much easier to hollow the pumpkin out before carving the outside.” - Scott Cummins 960 1280

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Master of Thin Skin

Master of Thin Skin

This pumpkin’s skin wasn’t thick enough, so Scott came up with a creative solution when the nose fell off this funny character. 960 1280

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Sea Turtle

Sea Turtle

“My favorite carvings are usually of a face, but I’m always surprised at how many people have expressed that this little sea turtle is their favorite out of all my carvings.” - Scott Cummins 960 1280

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Retro Lego

Retro Lego

Scott has fun with his pumpkin-carving hobby and creates the face of a Lego man on the side of a small pumpkin. 960 1280

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Pie-Sized Pumpkin

Pie-Sized Pumpkin

“Pie-sized pumpkins are great for those times when larger ones are hard to find. These pumpkins usually have a thicker skin in comparison to larger pumpkins and they’re also a lot easier on my back.” - Scott Cummins 960 1280

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Star Wars Droids: C-3PO and R2D2

Star Wars Droids: C-3PO and R2D2

“I always try to find a little time during pumpkin season to carve some pop culture subject matter that appeals to me.” - Scott Cummins

Want to see more of Scott’s work? Visit pumpkingutter.com
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