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If you’re traveling and in the mood to get completely creeped out as you bed down for the night, these hair-raising hotels may be just what you’re looking for.
The Stanley Hotel
Located in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado, The Stanley Hotel is well known as the inspiration for Stephen King’s The Shining. The hotel is said to be haunted, and has been investigated by various ghost-hunting television shows, whose crews reported evidence of paranormal activity.
Copper Queen Hotel
In Bisbee, Arizona, you’ll find the Copper Queen Hotel, which was built in 1902. With the long history of the hotel, there have been many unfortunate deaths there, and those souls (and more!) are said to still roam the halls and even interact with the staff and guests — particularly on the third floor.
Gold Hill Hotel & Saloon
Serving Virginia City, Nevada, since 1859, the Gold Hill Hotel & Saloon. It’s also well known for the manifestations that appear to hotel crew and the guests who stay there, such as a female ghost named Rosie who resides in Room 4. Another “resident” is called William, who prefers Room 5.
If you’re in the San Antonio are and up for a little freaking out, check out the Menger Hotel. It’s unofficially called “The Most Haunted Hotel in Texas” and for good reason — it’s said to be the home of over 30 permanent “guests,” including the ghost of a hotel maid who was murdered by her jealous husband.
The Plains Hotel
In the historical downtown district in Cheyenne, Wyoming, sits the amazing Plains Hotel. It’s said that some murder victims are known to inhabit the building, wreak a little havoc and creep out the guests and crew.
The 17 Hundred 90 Inn and Restaurant
Located in Savannah, Georgia, the 17 Hundred 90 Inn and Restaurant is reported to be full of paranormal activity. Some allege that ghosts not only interact with the rooms they’re in, but the people, too — one is reported to push kitchen staff in the back because she “hates women.”