Halloween haunted houses are fun, but what about real haunted houses? Check out some of the homes with the best spooky stories in the U.S.:
Chambers Mansion, in San Francisco, Calif., was built in 1887. The mansion's first owner Richard Chambers had two nieces who lived with him. One of them named Claudia is said to be haunting it to this day. Why? It could have something to do with her death. She reportedly died when a piece of farm equipment nearly cut her in in half.
Today the home is the Mansion Hotel. Many guests have reported strange occurrences while staying there.