A lantern illuminates a pen lying across a sheet of paper serving as a guest register.

Haunted San Diego

Everyone loves a good ghost story. San Diego’s claim to creepy fame is home to the “Most Haunted House in America”, but like any historic city, the shivers don’t stop there–a self-guided ghost tour of its creepiest locales is a great way to take in the sights and learn its history. From strange sightings to unexplained noises, here are the spooks and spirits, ghosts and ghouls of haunted San Diego.

Portion of a panoramic photo with wide streets and the ornamental Hotel Adolphus towering many stories above the nearby buildings.

Ghostly Overnights in Dallas

Jonanna Widner covers two Dallas hotels with a deliciously spooky history: The Hotel Lawrence, built in 1925 and once home to illegal gambling, and the beautiful Hotel Adolphus, where guests say they can still hear music coming from its abandoned ballroom.

Brick buildings line a quiet, quaint looking street.

America’s Best Small Towns for Travelers, Part 6

In the first five installments of Laura’s Best Small Towns series, she’s described a dozen of her favorite small towns, all of which have less than 10,200 residents and offer a variety of diversions for travelers. In this article, she explores three unique places across the American South.