It’s tough staying home during the Coronavirus crisis, and with travel restrictions in effect, it can be hard to even plan a getaway. Fear not, horror fans; you can take a virtual getaway today through the magic of technology.
We recently shared virtual tours of The Winchester Mystery House and the Catacombs of Paris, and both were extremely popular. We scoured the internet for some other video getaways, focusing on real locations that are really spooky! (Thank You, Gregory Burkhart!) Below are four awesome ways to while away some hours. We may be stuck with social distancing for the foreseeable future, but we can at least send our minds on vacation.
Stay safe, stay sane, and stay spooked!
Night of Horrors – Exploring Baltimore’s Creepy Children’s Asylum at 3AM (From Uncharted Travel)
Tonight we find ourselves exploring the creepy abandoned Gundry Glass children’s asylum in Baltimore with Dan Bell and Nation of Decay. The children’s asylum was opened in 1880 for children with mental disabilities but after rumors of abuse and neglect an inspection of the asylum’s practices lead to the locations closure in 2000. This children’s asylum has sat abandoned ever since and is listed as on of Baltimore’s most haunted locations. Join us as we explore this creepy location and come across some terrifying finds.
Willowbrook State School, Cropsey, Staten Island (From The Lost Turtle)
We explore the old Willowbrook State School, the sight of the infamous Cropsey legend. Hope you enjoy
Huge Abandoned Theme Park Exploration – Sino Wonderland (From The Proper People) [Featured Image]
In this episode, we explore the abandoned Sino Wonderland theme park in Huainan, China. We encountered surveillance drones and security with dogs which seemed to be pretty common in China.
The Conjuring Occult Museum/Annabelle Tour with Lorraine Warren (From Bearfort Paranormal)
This was an intimate event hosted at Lorraine Warren’s home in Connecticut. It was a great chance to meet a wonderful woman who just happens to be a living legend in our eyes. We sat down for a brief discussion with Lorraine and Tony which was followed by a few short videos. It was an honor to hear her recount details from her life’s work and partnership with Ed Warren. Afterward, we toured the haunted Occult Museum which houses the feared Annabelle Doll among many other strange relics they have collected over the years. It was also an excellent chance to see some of Ed Warrens artwork. The museum has a certain vibe to it that is unmistakable; you can almost feel it as you watch the footage….so be warned….and check out Warrenology, if you are so inclined!
Did you enjoy these video tours of real-life terrifying locations? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can also carry on the convo with me personally on Twitter @josh_millican.