How about the UN natural zones of Halloween lore?
· Avoid the walking dead, don’t visit Providence, RI. (Been there, cool place. But Salem didn’t make the list?)
· Don’t want to be the next victim in a Stephanie Meyer “Twilight” novel, stay clear of San Diego, CA. (But you must go! The Whaley House is calling!)
· Not all ghosts are friendly like Casper so skipping a trip to the Big Easy (New Orleans, LA) will keep you free of the unwanted haunting. (That’s three for three of absolute must-see places. So what if they are all a little haunted?)
They include three different lists – one for most likely to have zombies, another for vampires, and a third for ghosts. I only believe in one out of three but think it’s a great bunch of lists just the same.
Example of data – Where vamps go after coming out of the coffins.
|#||Urban Area||Blood Banks and Hospitals Per 50,000 People|
|1||San Diego CA||3.2|
|3||San Francisco–Oakland CA||2.5|
|4||Louisville/Jefferson County KY–IN||2.4|
|5||New Orleans LA||2.3|
|6||Oklahoma City OK||2.3|
|9||San Antonio TX||2.2|
Now go check out the full article yourself. Have fun!