Opened more than 100 years ago, Julian Hotel was built by freed slaves Albert and Margaret Robinson in 1897.
Apparently they loved the place so much, they decided never to leave. Their spirits most often appear in the upstairs rooms, where lace doilies and furniture get mysteriously rearranged. A maid recently caught a glimpse of Albert, with a pipe in his mouth, in a mirror in one of the rooms.
The town of Julian is in San Diego County.
Find out more about Julian Hotel at its official website.