Shannon McMahon and Natalie B. Compton,
The Washington Post
October 31, 2020|9: 04 AM
‘T is the season to be scared, even if that suggests staying at house this year. The Centers for Illness Control and Avoidance have advised versus taking part in a lot of standard Halloween celebrations, but frightening alternatives are available a couple of clicks away, thanks to the magic of the Web.
Whether you want to feel like you’re traveling to a mystical location or get frightened to death with ghost stories, there are methods to get into scary season, practically.
Take a virtual ghost trip of D.C.
You may be familiar with Washington’s well-known landmarks, however did you know some have terrifying stories behind them? On its freshly launched GhostFlix, D.C. Ghosts is hosting on-demand prerecorded guided tours ($13) as well as live streams ($15) of their downtown ghost trip. GhostFlix includes ghostly experiences from more cities across the country,