An overnight stay at Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast is only meant for the most daring; others should simply opt for the one-hour guided tour. This Victorian house is the site of one of the most gruesome and sensational crimes in world history. Lizzie Borden allegedly killed her stepmother and father with multiple blows of a hatchet, and the corpses were found with skulls caved in on August 4, 1892. Lizzie Borden's guilt was never proved and the mystery still continues to fascinate historians, criminologists and media, with the incident depicted in myriad books, poems, television shows and songs. This house, bearing the historic address 92 Second Street, was the Borden family home, and guests can actually rent out their original bedrooms, some of which are said to be haunted. This hotel even serves the exact breakfast the family ate on the morning of the murder. Guests and visitors can watch the crime scene recreated, shop for memorabilia from the attached souvenir shop and, if they can bear it, visit the spookier sites within the house.