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15 haunted places you can visit for under $50

Americans are projected to spend $82.93 per person celebrating Halloween this year, according to a survey by the National Retail Federation. In total, U.S. consumers will spend $8.4 billion — an all-time high since the NRF launched the survey 11 years ago. However, your bank balance won't terrify you come November if you visit one of these haunted places where the sights are scary, but not the admission prices.
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