With cemetery visits and séances in vogue this weekend, now is the time to search out places with a particularly scary or gruesome past. But oftentimes it’s easier to identify with and get a rise out of the fictional locations found in movies (and drilled into our imaginations). We’ve plotted some of the more intriguing and singular spaces from cinema, from the Georgetown house featured in The Exorcist to the remote hotel that becomes a character itself in The Shining. While the accompanying stories and map skew towards the West Coast, near the studios of Hollywood, one truism seems to cross the country: the suburbs are scary.
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