Written by Aimee Stern
October 2019

The shift from summer heat to cooler autumn temperatures can trigger images of little Halloween goblins waiting impatiently for dusk, dashing into costumes and hauling plastic pumpkins loaded with candy. The rustle of fallen leaves is drowned out by the laughter of trick-or-treaters hoping for a ghoulish encounter as they traipse around their neighborhood.

It’s the time of year when we celebrate the legends of fall and relish the spooky side of the season. As you cruise south toward warm climates, take time to investigate the trail of paranormal activity at ports below the Mason Dixon Line . . .

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