6 ghostly virtual haunts to enjoy this Halloween

Are you looking for ghostly virtual haunts this Halloween?
Get ready for an unnerving online experience with the eerie mansions, old prison, and abandoned buildings below:
Chernobyl was the site of the largest nuclear plant disaster in history. The population abandoned the city in the aftermath of the meltdown, leaving behind its buildings. Here's an eerie tour from Google Maps
Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is considered the most famous haunted hotel in the world. Below is a 45-minute YouTube virtual tour of the secluded hotel in the Ozark Mountains.
Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was once the most famous and expensive prison in the world, but today stands in haunting ruin. Check out the virtual tour here.
Henry and Georginia Pittock, who made their fortune in the newspaper industry, had plans to retire and revel in Portland's panoramic views. However, they only lived at Pittock Mansion for four years until they passed away. Visitors claim to see apparitions of the husband and wife duo, but they are supposedly friendly spirits. Get a virtual tour here.
The Salem Witch Museum online tour of the Salem witchcraft trials sites allows you to view locations around Essex and Middlesex counties in Massachusetts and a few key sites in and around Boston that are related to the events of the year 1692.
Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California is a famous ghost hunting landmark. It offers free video tours on its Facebook page, as well as video and 360 tours for a fee on their website.