15 Famous Haunted Hotels – Part 1 of 3

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15 Famous Haunted Hotels – Part 1 of 3
By Julian Russi

Halloween is coming with its costumes, candies and diversions. It’s also the time of year when ghost stories and scary movies show up, so I’ve decided to put together a list of some of the most famous haunted hotels around the world. Believe it or not, these places have witnessed paranormal phenomenons and unexplainable circumstances. Would you dare to spend even one night at any of these scary locations?

Hotel Le Pavillon – New Orleans

This hundred-year-old hotel has witnessed several paranormal events that have been investigated many times. Some of its permanent guests include a young teen from the 19th century and a couple of aristocrats from the 1920s.

Hotel Burchianti – Florence

Inside this hotel you can find the famous Fresco Room, where the fascist leader Benito Mussolini stayed. There’s no evidence connecting this to the appearance of many ghosts and strange occurrences inside the hotel.

Hotel Salto de Tequendama – Bogotá, Colombia

Only a one-hour drive from Bogotá, you can visit the Salto de Tequendama (Leap of Tequendama) Hotel, where the souls of those who decided to jump into the void are still scaring visitors. Needless to say, this place is a forbidden for people with heart conditions.

Castle Leslie – County Monaghan, Ireland

This hotel became famous after the wedding between Heather Mills and the Beatle Paul McCartney. Yet even before this ceremony, the hotel had a reputation due to the presence of many ghosts from the Leslie family, including the most famous non-human member of the family – their dog Punch.

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel – Los Angeles

Not only mystery, but also history surrounds this hotel. The Hollywood Roosevelt was chosen to present the first Oscars ceremony, and it has also received many important stars over the years. In this hotel, you have the chance to stare at what’s probably the most beautiful ghost ever; we’re talking about the one and only Marilyn Monroe.

Stay tuned, because the second part of this article is going to spook you with more famous haunted hotels!

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