Booking.com says it has exactly what customers are looking for - even haunted hotels. Showcasing haunted properties from around the globe, travelers can find their next ghostly getaway with the Haunted Destinations finder. "With over 350,000 properties worldwide and over 25 unique accommodations, including haunted hotels, customers have nothing to be afraid of when trying to get their stay exactly right," says Paul Hennessy, Booking.com's Chief Marketing Officer. "With Halloween around the corner, we wanted to help travelers better navigate our array of property choices, particularly those inspired by the holiday spirit. We are dedicated to bringing travelers an experience unlike any other regardless of where they stay or how they book." With the world's largest variety of accommodations, Booking.com brings its extraordinary roster of bewitching properties to life through a horrific Haunted Hotels advertising campaign starring the Queen Anne Hotel in San Francisco. For American guests seeking to "Stay If You Dare," Booking.com's haunted destinations span across country including: The National Hotel, Jamestown, California, Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado, The Vinoy Renaissance, St Petersburg, Florida, The Gettysburg Hotel, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Hotel Galdez, Galveston, Texas and The 1886 Crescent Hotel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Booking.com's Haunted Hotels advertising campaign, created by Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam, will be featured online, in movie theaters and on TV networks across the country. The Queen Anne along with the six other hotels will also be brought to life in movie-style posters appearing in selected theater lobbies across the country. Related Link: Booking.com Halloween