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  • Out of the millions of homes in the US, some carry the unique characteristic of having eternal residents, ones who pay no rent or mortgage, but are said to inhabit the home nonetheless. To kick off the Halloween season, real estate website selected the most haunted homes around the country and where possible, estimated the value of these homes if they were on the open market. These homes all have dark or eerie pasts, some are privately held and others have even been recognized by the US governme

    So, where are the most haunted homes in the US, and how much are they worth? Click to find out!

  • Wait till you see Martha Stewart's Halloween costume

    CNBC caught up with business mogul Martha Stewart at a Halloween party in Santa Monica, where she showed off her costume and explained how she put it together.

  • Crest's World Without Candy advertisement.

    Crest has embraced Halloween. The toothpaste company released a video with children reacting to the taste of new "healthy" candies.

  • Michael Natiello, creative director of Historic Hudson Valley, discusses its ninth annual "Blaze" event and shows off the "Squawk Box" crew's carved pumpkins.

  • San Francisco, like Portland, has fault lines and water working in its ghostly favor. The Cameron House in Chinatown, once a hiding place for immigrants to escape the brutality of the police, was burned down with people inside – and some say they remain trapped there, even turning up in photographs now and again. A police officer is said to roam Golden Gate Park and a former head mistress is thought to be presiding over her old girls school, now the Queen Anne Hotel. And at Alcatraz, the damp, p

    You’ve heard of some houses that are purported to be haunted, but did you know that some cities are more prone to visitors from the past?

  • Ninja halloween costumes on Yandy.com

    Really? Yes, really. In the pursuit of ever-growing Halloween spending, costume companies have entered the Twilight Zone.

  • Hssssss! Where Wall Street Vampires Get Their Fangs

    The teeth are pretty sharp on Wall Street but Father Sebastiaan van Houten, professional fang maker, makes them even sharper. Hsssssss!

  • Here are five things you need to know this Halloween. USA Today reports.

  • Cramer says these stocks have definitely come back from the dead.

  • Halloween special: Night of the living debt

    Suze's annual Halloween treat looks at the tricks of getting rid of zombie debt once and for all. Suze meets her doppelganger who wants her credit card debt killed and buried.

  • Some treasures have become legendary for their bad luck. These are treasures rumored to be cursed or haunted, which reside in the limbo of legend and superstition. Nonetheless, many have track records that even the most hardened skeptic might find hard to ignore.

  • Diedinhouse.com uses public records and other databases to find who used to live in a particular U.S. address, and if they died while in the house.

  • Products for the Zombie Apocalypse

    Though no zombies have attacked, many zombie-themed products are on the market.