So if you really want to feel like you are the last person left in the world, but still not alone, check out the Cisco Post Office in Utah. Located 30 miles from civilization, this once thriving mining town is said to have the specter of Charles Steen -- who found and lost his fortune in uranium -- roaming the abandoned buildings.
Perhaps you're a history buff and the thought of a temperamental, undead Confederate soldier gives you the willies. March on down to Gettysburg to the original home of Henry Gaugher where guests have reported hearing footsteps in the attic and seeing a man in uniform standing with his arms crossed in the corner.
And why are turn-of-the-century toys so creepy? Well, they are, and being musical and playing by themselves at night adds all the more chilling charm to a farmhouse in Ohio. The owner -- who happens to be a psychic -- leaves notes for guests to warn them of the occult-like orchestra.
Speaking of macabre music, a house in North Carolina boasts a box that plays nursery rhymes on its own as well. That not spooky enough for you? Try to get some shut eye after you see orbs floating in the dining room or feel the pinch of a wandering ghost, which the great grandson of the original owner claims are regular occurrences.