People have different options like unheated garages, mud room, basements, etc. I find that keeping them damp can be difficult as they get too dry or too wet in places like these.
I would keep your plants outside and insulated well. The insulation should provide ventilation for air and water outside. If you can put your plants outside against your house or a fence, it will help protect them from the wind. You can add leaves, pine needles, then burlap, them more leaves, then burlap again to bury your plants. They do not need light or food while dormant. This work for me for even the most southern U.S. sarracenia. The accumulated snow during the winter acts to insulate the plants.
You do not want to use plastic.
We also have a care sheet on domancy on the main NECPS.org site.
The idea has worked but does anyone think I would be able to take the plants out of dormancy now and take them inside, because I did the trick of putting them in dormancy around Thanksgiving and going to take them out near valentines day, but the weather we are getting, it is going into the negatives and I won't be able to dig them up. Any input would be greatly appreciated