On coming Halloween day this article gives you some extra chill, for some thrill-seekers, there’s something frighteningly fun about the idea of spending the night in a hotel with a tale of spooky events.
Ghost sightings and unexplained phenomena have long been seen at some of America’s most famous hotels there are many examples to give. We have picked up some haunted hotels. Well, if you have enough guts then you can go and experience by you. If you dare.
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Chelsea Hotel (New York City) – Jackson Pollock, Patti Smith, Andy Warhol, and Madonna are among the many famous names who called the Chelsea Hotel home. But there are 2 who are said to still haunt the halls. It has been closed since 2011 for renovations and probably will open next year. former inhabitants and employees have long noted paranormal activity surrounding the ghosts of Sid Vicious, accused of killing his girlfriend while they lived there, and second is Dylan Thomas, whose dedicated plaque on the exterior of the building reads ‘Dylan Thomas lived and wrote at the Chelsea Hotel and from here he sailed out to die.
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Deetjen’s Big Sur Inn, (Big Sur, California) – Hotel’s set designer, Ellen Brill, this lovely old cabin in the forests is haunted by the ghost of its founder, fondly referred to as ‘Grandpa Deetjen.’ Brill states she ‘heard footsteps and a door close and started to freak out.’ If the hotel’s haunt isn’t enough, the Point Sur Lighthouse supposedly holds the spirits of dead sailors and seamen, and it hosts moonlight and ghost trips throughout October.
Emily Morgan Hotel (San Antonio) – it was established in 1924 and formerly operated as a medical facility, with floors 12 and 14 serving as the hospital and surgery areas. Guests have told sightings on these floors, mainly of a woman in a white dress, and strange phone calls in the middle of the night with no one on the other end. The hotel is also located directly next to The Alamo, a historic gravesite of fallen soldiers and also reported to be haunted.
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The Marshall House (Savannah, Georgia) – Established in one of the most haunted cities in America, the Marshall House supposedly holds the spirits of Civil War–era patients from its former emphasis as a hospital. There have been ghost sightings in the halls and foyers reported, as well as other creepy experiences like faucets randomly turning on—sans human touch.
Battery Carriage House (Charleston, South Carolina) – Touting itself as ‘Charleston’s most haunted inn,’ this historic hotel offers a Ghost Adventure Package: Guests can engage in a nighttime Ghosts of Charleston walking tour and sleep in Room 8 or 10, probably the two rooms where the majority of visitors’ paranormal encounters have happened. Watch out for headless ‘The Gentleman Ghost,’ who likes to show up next to guests sleeping in their beds.
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The Place d’Armes Hotel, (New Orleans) – The Place d’Armes was constructed on the site of a school that heated down during the Great New Orleans Fire of 1788. Though there are many haunted hotels in the city, this is said to be the one with the most action. Many guests have seen a bushy old man who nods at them and fades away, and lately, one woman said that she had actual conversations with him.
The Langham, (London) – In Room 333 at the Langham, there’s clearly a man who likes to hang out in his Victorian evening wear. Other ghost sightings at this popular hotel include a man dressed in military clothes, former frequent guest Napoleon III, who is said to haunt the basement. , And a German prince.
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The Hollywood Roosevelt – If you’re waiting at this boutique hotel—famous these days for its trendy pool parties and you hear the distant sound of a trombone, it might just be the ghost of actor Montgomery Clift. Several visitors to the Roosevelt have apparently heard his tune and have also spotted the ghost of Marilyn Monroe in the mirror in her old suite.
The Pfister Hotel, (Milwaukee) – If it’s scary enough for tough-guy MLB athletes to disclose publicly, then this place must really have some serious spooks and the main accused is allegedly the ghost of the hotel’s original owner, Charles Pfister, Baseball players in town to perform the Milwaukee Brewers are usually put up at this hotel and have told lights flickering, moving furniture and the radio turning on and off.