Dribble glue from a hot-glue gun all over a piece of PVC pipe and a foam cup to make what looks like a long-burning candle. Insert a much-safer battery-operated tealight in the middle to make the candle glow. If the candles are placed under a black light, they will glow in the dark – perfect for any haunted house.
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We all like to be scared a little bit around Halloween. I mean, that’s why we pay money to go to haunted corn mazes at night and allow people with chainsaws and axes to jump out and scare us to death, amiright? Well, if you’re looking for less of a heart attack and more of a real-life paranormal thrill, add these creepy U.S. locations to your weekend road trip list. Many of the homes were the unfortunate spot of grisly murders, and others are simply an unexplained hotbed of ghostly activity.
America’s Scariest Homes:
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The Amityville Home: Six members of the DeFeo family were murdered in this Amityville, N.Y. home in 1974. A year after the tragedy, a family moved in but quickly moved out after reporting unexplained paranormal activity. Read More >>
Winchester Mystery House: This 160-room Victorian home features doors that lead to nowhere, winding hallways, bizarre secret passageways and a seance room. Read More >>
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