This creepy ghost town located in the Death Valley desert is the home of one of the strangest deaths in the history of the Old West. In 1908, a saloon manager named Joe “Hooch” Simpson murdered the town’s banker. In retaliation for the murder, he was hung in a lynching by a mob. They buried him, but exhumed his body to pose it for pictures when a L.A. Times reporter came some days later. The locals hung him back up as they had hung him the first time for the photos.
Halloween calls for candy, costumes, and best of all, haunted jaunts. It's one of those things you must try at least once in your life and with a scary site in nearly every major US city, it's an activity that shouldn't break the bank.