Ever Wanted to Sleep in a Haunted House on Halloween? Now You Can. Mary Zakheim September 27, 2016 Travel News, Trending Stories We all know and love Colonial Williamsburg, that small historic district in Virginia where middle school field trips and quaint living abounds on its cobblestone streets. And this Halloween, there will be even more reason to head over to the colonial town: Prepare to have the spookiest #Halloween of your life in @ColonialWmsburg: https://t.co/d5viIYX3gj pic.twitter.com/DUFJtyCbkT — Travel + Leisure (@TravelLeisure) September 20, 2016 In addition to its annual celebrations on All Hallow’s Eve, Colonial Williamsburg will, for the first time, allow visitors to stay in the city’s infamous Haunted Colonial Houses. A photo posted by Colonial Williamsburg (@colonialwmsburg) on Sep 5, 2016 at 9:39am PDT While guests in the past have been able to stay in the town’s Colonial Houses, this year, intrepid visitors will be enlightened to each house’s haunted past — the properties will be especially decorated for Halloween and workers will clue guests in to the stories that have haunted each house. The houses will be outfitted to resemble a cottage of the times: a crackling fire will dance in the fireplace, canopy beds to welcome brave guests, and… Perhaps a ghoul or two will pay a visit! A photo posted by Colonial Williamsburg (@colonialwmsburg) on Sep 25, 2016 at 6:56am PDT In the past, these houses have been reported to have paranormal activity — people have reported seeing a woman in traditional dress rocking in a chair at night, smelling a distinct tobacco odor at odd times, hearing strange murmuring, and even getting a glance of founding father Thomas Jefferson’s ghost. “I have lately removed to the mountain…” –Thomas Jefferson, 1771 and 2016 📷 spotted by: @j.eisenhart • #colonialwilliamsburg #thomasjefferson #history #newfriends #travels A photo posted by Colonial Williamsburg (@colonialwmsburg) on Sep 25, 2016 at 5:12pm PDT The houses can be reserved for $216 per night, which includes admittance to the weekend’s various Halloween activities — including horror movie screenings, square dances, haunted houses, and the “Curse of the Sea Witch” event. Prepare to be terrified. Who else is counting down to “Curse of the Sea Witch” on Halloween night? Tickets are at the link in our profile. 🕸💀🎃 • • #Halloween #hauntingondogstreet #curseoftheseawitch #seawitch #horse #skeletonhorse #headlesshorseman #ghost #ghostpirates A photo posted by Colonial Williamsburg (@colonialwmsburg) on Sep 4, 2016 at 3:26am PDT So hop on your horse and head down to Colonial Williamsburg for the fright of your life! Get out outside today, and enjoy the freedoms so many have sacrificed so much to protect. • 📷: @mairin.hayes #colonialwilliamsburg A photo posted by Colonial Williamsburg (@colonialwmsburg) on Sep 11, 2016 at 9:09am PDT What’s the scariest place you’ve ever traveled to for Halloween? Let us know in the comments!