Want a little extra thrill on the happiest day of your life?

Perhaps you should consider tying the knot in a haunted venue. Click through the slideshow below to see seven spooky options for your Big Day.

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  • The Hotel Provincial, New Orleans, Louisiana

    At the Hotel Provincial, one of the most common "guests" from beyond the grave is a woman who<a href="http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/travel/hotels/2010-02-26-hauntedhotels26_CV_N.htm?imw=Y" target="_hplink"> appears to be a nurse</a>. She has appeared to guests and staff, but never to the hotel's owners. The hotel's courtyard hosts <a href="http://www.hotelprovincial.com/weddings.html">weddings for $300 for a one-hour ceremony. </a>

  • The Myrtles Plantation, St. Francisville, Louisiana

    The Myrtles Plantation is a 215-year-old Southern plantation and is one of <a href="http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1855221_1855285_1855253,00.html">Time magazine's top 10 most haunted places in the world.</a> Legend has it that the plantation is the stomping ground of a former enslaved woman named Chloe, who reportedly lost an ear for eavesdropping on her master. She got revenge by poisoning her master's two daughters -- who also haunt the house -- with a birthday cake. The Myrtles Plantation boasts <a href="http://www.myrtlesplantation.com/history.html">ceremony and reception facilities,</a> along with <a href="http://www.themyrtlesrestaurant.com/index.php/special-events-weddings/weddings/menu-catering.html">a restaurant that offers wedding catering</a>.

  • Lizzie Borden Bed And Breakfast, Fall River, Mass.

    This <a href="http://www.lizzie-borden.com/">bed and breakfast</a> is named for a former occupant, <a href="http://www.travelchannel.com/interests/romance-and-honeymoons/articles/haunted-bed-and-breakfasts">Lizzie Borden, who was accused of the grisly murders of her father and stepmother in 1892</a>. Borden <a href="http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/lizzieborden/bordenaccount.html" target="_hplink">was found not guilty</a>, and now the spirits of Borden and her stepparents are said to haunt the house. Guests have reported <a href="http://voices.yahoo.com/haunted-weddings-7-ghostly-places-married-5105905.html?cat=23">seeing a woman's ghost and hearing crying, footsteps and voices</a>. Yahoo! reports that the venue can be rented for <a href="http://voices.yahoo.com/haunted-weddings-7-ghostly-places-married-5105905.html?cat=23">$1,500 for weddings of less than 20 people</a>.

  • Belcourt Castle, Newport, Rhode Island

    Belcourt Castle was <a href="http://www.belcourtcastle.com/history.htm">built in 1894</a>. The current owner, Harle Tinney, <a href="http://www.belcourtcastle.com/calendar.asp">offers ghost tours on the weekends </a> and the castle has been featured on <a href="http://www.syfy.com/ghosthunters/episodes/season/s05/episode/e505/soul_searching">an episode of the Sy-Fy channel's "Ghost Hunters."</a> There are several "haunted hot-spots" in the house. The castle is <a href="http://www.belcourtcastle.com/weddings.htm">available to rent for weddings</a>, and doesn't charge for a rehearsal the night before the Big Day.

  • The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colo.

    The Stanley Hotel is known for being the <a href="http://www.stanleyhotel.com/">inspiration behind Stephen King's "The Shining."</a> The hotel's original owners, F.O. and Flora Stanley, are said to haunt the hotel. Another alleged "permanent guest" is Elizabeth Wilson, a housekeeper who was injured in an explosion and later died. Legend has it that she now takes <a href="http://www.stanleyhotel.com/about/haunted-history">extra care of guests in room 217</a>. The Stanley Hotel offers <a href="http://www.stanleyhotel.com/weddings">several rooms as wedding venues</a>, including Flora Stanley's favorite haunt, the Music Room. The hotel's website says that it doesn't have any "sinister or evil" activities to report and claims to only have <a href="http://www.stanleyhotel.com/about/haunted-history">"happy ghosts,"</a> so wedding guests won't have to worry about anything more than a <a href="http://www.stanleyhotel.com/about/haunted-history">little extra piano music</a>, or housekeeping.

  • Queen Mary, Long Beach, Calif.

    The Queen Mary was a <a href="http://www.queenmary.com/our-story/Our-Story.php">high-class ocean liner-turned warship</a> constructed in Scotland in 1930. She came to her permanent dock in <a href="http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1855221_1855285_1855252,00.html">Long Beach, Calif. in 1967 and became a hotel</a>, and guests have experienced haunting moments ever since. The ship was named one of the <a href="http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/completelist/0,29569,1855221,00.html">top 10 most haunted places in the world by Time magazine</a>, and boasts <a href="http://www.queenmary.com/attractions-events/haunted-encounters.php">several guests from beyond the grave</a>, including a sailor who died aboard the ship and children who died after drowning in the ship's pool. The Queen Mary offers wedding packages and <a href="http://www.queenmary.com/weddings/ceremony.php">allows couples to marry in one of several indoor or outdoor locations</a> on the ship. Wedding packages start at <a href="http://www.queenmary.com/weddings/packages.php">$59 per person and include a one-hour reception, beer and wine bar, and a three-course meal</a> in addition to many other amenities.

  • The Hawthorne Hotel, Salem, Mass.

    The Hawthorne Hotel has seen many high-profile guests such as Walter Cronkite and former president George H.W. Bush. But the hotel also has a number of permanent guests who have prompted the taping of <a href="http://www.syfy.com/ghosthunters/episodes/season/s03/episode/e317/salem_witch">an episode of SyFy's "Ghost Hunters"</a> at the location. Though the ghost hunters didn't find anything, the hotel is said to be haunted by <a href="http://www.travelocity.com/Promotions/0,,TRAVELOCITY%7C6783%7Cmkt_haunted_hotels%7C,00.html">"phantom hands" in room 325 and a woman's ghost who walks the sixth floor</a>. The Hawthorne offers <a href="http://www.hawthornehotel.com/Weddings/Wedding-Packages">several wedding packages</a> <a href="http://www.hawthornehotel.com/var/plain_site/storage/original/application/d015748cc6c10f38b5711dddc8f055a2.pdf">starting at $57 per attendee</a>.

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