This house was the site of unsolved murders: the hatchet killings of a man and his wife, and even the decapitation of a cat in the basement. Visitors to the B&B can choose from six rooms that they may or may not be sharing with the spirits of the departed.
This dramatic mansion calls itself one of America’s most haunted houses and organizes historic and mystery tours every day.
The original building of La Fonda once served as a courthouse where felons where hanged. Today, many guests report the presence of ghosts from the Wild West – criminals, victims of shootouts and suicides from fortunes lost.
This historic hotel in the Adirondacks, located on the ground of a former high school, dates back to the Roaring Twenties. According to local reports, the spirit of Howard Littell, the school’s superintendent, still roams the property.
Some guests of Seattle’s Hotel Sorrento have never checked out, including the spirit of Alice B. Toklas. Other occurrences include a mysterious piano playing in the penthouse suite and a strange presence within and just outside room 408.
This historic hotel opened in 1851 and was used three times as a hospital. One story claims a doctor buried amputated body parts under the floorboards because the ground was too frozen to dig.
Guests of this former railroad hotel built in the late 1800s have reported numerous ghostly encounters, like being woken in the night by voices or seeing two women sitting for tea in the Fainting Room.
Built in 1907, the Mizpah Hotel in haunted Tonopah supposedly has many spirits roaming its halls, including Rose, a prostitute murdered by a jealous gambler.
Guests who want an extra scare can take a nightly ghost tour of this historic Victorian-style hotel that claims to be "America’s most haunted hotel."
The Stanley Hotel’s haunted history stretches far back, but it became famous in the ‘70s after author Stephen King visited. He set the scene for his best-selling book (and the subsequent movie), "The Shining," at the Stanley.
Today, guests visit the hotel to see the long, spooky hallways and listen to "Redrum." The hotel organizes a special Ghost Adventure Package, complete with a room on the scary fourth floor.