The 17-Hundred-90 Inn is said to be haunted by an early 19th century ghost named Anna Powers or Powell. The legend says that she fell in love with a German sailor who didn’t feel the same and she committed suicide by leaping to her death from the 3rd floor balcony of the hotel.
Stories say she likes to hang around room 204 and wanders through the hallways and the restaurant of the inn.
This quaint old hotel is located in the Historic Distric of Savannah, near the corner of Lincoln Street and Bay Street.
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Category: Southeastern U.S. Haunted Hotels
Tags: 19th Century
, Floor Balcony
, Legend Says That
, Lincoln Street
, Old Hotel
, Room 204
, Savannah Ga
The 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.
Category: Northwestern U.S. Haunted Hotels
, Golden Dome
, Mary Mary
, North Hotel
, Old Hotel
, Room 23
, Skagway Ak
, Story Hotel
, Young Woman