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It's no surprise that a city as hold as Boston carries much of the past into the present day. This is seen through staggering towers decades old, classic theaters with creepy backgrounds and quaint burial grounds that are the last homes of fallen soldiers. What's great about this city is almost everything is accessible and open to the public for real discovery and immersing yourself into the world of the weird. Founded in 1630 officially by Puritan colonists, it took many discrepancies and lost lives to become what it is today. This could mean many spirits still lurk about common parks, churches and cemeteries, still distraught about the persecution encountered centuries ago.
Many of Boston's hair-raising spots are spread out throughout Boston proper, but it is well worth venturing into neighboring cities and towns as well. Almost every place in and around the city has a story to tell that should not be missed. If you'd like, begin downtown by the expansive (and sometimes spooky) Boston common, then hop on the subway west on the country's oldest underground system. Swing past the dormitories of Boston students who claim other worldly beings haunt the halls, then head north into more unnerving territory from bowling alleys to old mills with mystifying legends.