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20 Haunted Hotels You Don’t Want To Visit

There are very few places in the world that have absorbed as much emotion as hotels, they see joy of families on vacation to the desperation of drug dealers and prostitutes alike. From terrifying spirits who appear behind visitors in the rooms they sleep in, to a white-haired bellhop helping guests only to vanish before they have a chance to tip him, we take a look at 20 Haunted Hotels you DON’T want to visit! Click Here To Subscribe! http://bit.ly/xWackyWednesday

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Oban Hotel – Hollywood, CA

oban hotelMany celebrities stayed at this hotel in its heyday, but the place is haunted by a stuntman and double for actor Harry Langdon. The man’s name was Charles Love and he is joined in his afterlife performance by several other unidentified spirits, including a few other male ghosts, a female ghost, and a very sinister presence in the basement. The hotel is on Yucca Street near vine in Hollywood.

Red Brook Inn – Old Mystic, CT

Red-Brook-InnVerne Sasek and Ruth Keyes have put up with the ghosts of their quaint old inn for many years. Both guests and employees experience moving cold spots and hear inexplicable voices in this building, which was constructed in 1756. The hotel is located at Routes 184 & 27 in Old Mystic, CT.

Hotel Monte Vista – Flagstaff, AZ

haunted-hotel-monte-vistaThe Monte Vista Hotel opened on New Years Day, January 1, 1927 and is the oldest operational hotel in Flagstaff.  Stories of the hauntings of Hotel Monte Vista have been circulated for decades. Strange activity continues to be reported to this day.  

 This hotel has several ghosts, one of which is  the phantom bell boy.  Hotel guests have reported a knock at their door and in a muffled voice, someone announces “room service”. When guests open the door, they find that no one is there. Some guests however have seen the figure of a bellboy standing outside of room 210. 

Room 305 is by far the most active room in the Hotel. Many guest and staff have reported seeing a woman in the rocking chair near the window and that same chair seemingly rocking by itself.  There are also reports of a little boy running through the hallways and a baby crying in the basement. 

Find out more about the Monte Vista Hotel hauntings at the hotel website.

Golden North Hotel – Skagway, AK

golden-north-hotelThe Golden North Hotel was built in 1898 and is the oldest operating hotel in Alaska.  It was originally built as a two story hotel, but was relocated and expanded in 1908. A third story and the world famous golden dome was also added during this expansion.

This old hotel is haunted by two ghosts, one of whom has been named Mary.  Mary is believed to be the spirit of a young woman who died of pnuemonia while waiting for her fiance to return from prospecting gold.  She haunts room 23 and guests who have stayed in that room report seeing a woman and experiencing a choking sensation in the middle of the night.  The second ghost is a bizarre light form that moves around room 14 at night.  No one is quite sure what or who it might be.

The Golden North Hotel is located at 3rd & Broadway in Skagway.