CHANDLER, AZ - A Valley haunted house has been named “Spookiest Place in America”.
The Nest in Chandler was nominated for the honor on ABC’s "Good Morning America" and won the most votes on ABCNews.com .
The Nest was the only Arizona location on the national list.
Other spooky nominees included the Stanley Hotel where the movie “The Shining” was filmed, as well as Markoff’s Haunted Forest in Maryland.
Halloween is the last day to experience The Nest before it closes for the season.
For more information, visit its website .
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