I don't know about y'all, but I am soooo getting Halloween fever. I do this every June when we reach peak temperatures. I want to close the blinds, turn up the air-conditioning and watch horror movies and get all giddy thinking of candied apples, corn mazes, pumpkin carving and all things Halloween. With most of the country have sultry temperatures in the daytime, the idea of a nighttime ghost tour sounds pretty nice. Take advantage of the great nights and maybe even book a room downtown (haunted hotel preferably) and sign on for the ghost tour. Here's just some you can find around the country:
Philadelphia A candlelight nighttime walking tour including alleys, parks, and cemeteries.
Detroit A 3-hour tour with transport and ghost hunting tools in the metro area.
Boston This one is led by costumed actors in creepy garb giving a very moody tour.
Baltimore Tours include the waterfront maritime area and the historic cultural area.
Atlanta they offer a walking tour and a tour using a segway--way strange and cool.
New Orleans Cemeteries, voodoo, history--goosebumps!
Houston has a wide variety of places including abandoned cemeteries.
Los Angeles Dearly Departed tours of the underbelly of Hollywood deaths.
Portland OR A walking tour.
Green Bay: Get to go into haunted buildings.
Just punch in your city's name and haunted tours in Google and see what you come up with. Nowadays, there are plenty of ghost tours everywhere. It's also a romantic thing to take a date on because it's spooky, atmospheric, lots of walking in the dark, hand-holding and history.