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for Travel - 24tankaway - Fall River, MA. The Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast/Museum offers lodging and tours in the house where the infamous murders of Andrew and Abby Borden took place on Aug. 4, 1892.  NOTE: May want to run this photo beside photo of Fall River Historical Society building (5 of 5 in this series). Lizzie Borden memorabilia are shared between these two buildings, so Lizzie fans would want to visit both/EA. (Ellen Albanese for The Boston Globe)
Conde Nast Traveler has ranked the Lizzie Borden House in Fall River as one of the scariest places in the United States. Ellen Albanese for The Boston Globe/file 2016

The real estate market has definitely been scary lately, but for some New England homes, the fear factor is more than just the price. The region is also home to five of the spookiest spots in the United States, according to a list Conde Nast Traveler released Oct. 7.

From homes to highways to hospitals, the travel publication collected 32 of the creepiest places in the country, including these ones from New England: 

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These aren’t the only creepy places in the region, however. Learn about some of the seriously haunted houses and estates in each New England state:

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