Haunted hotels, it's true?

January 5, 2007 1:06am CST
Almost every city, town, village or place in the world has a bit of folklore about a ghost and haunted place. People believe that hauntings are in the minds of persons only, other thing not. If you brave, staying up all night, being in the right place at the right time, and quietly observing changes in temperature, smells, and sounds in the room can all help your odds of a close encounter with a restless spirit or odd things. And get the new experience, it's very exciting. Most haunted hotel in USA: - Queen Mary Hotel, in Long Beach, California. - Hotel Del Coronado, in San Diego, California - Crescent Hotel, in Arkansas. - Heathman Hotel, in Portland, Oregon. - Ramada Plaza Hotel, in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin - Carolina Inn, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina - Sagamore Hotel, in Bolton Landing, New York Also, other version: • The Old Stagecoach Inn, Waterbury, Vermont • St. James Hotel, Cimarron, New Mexico • Kennebunk Inn, Kennebunkport, Maine • The Dorrington Hotel, Dorrington, California • Hotel Monte Vista, Flagstaff, Arizona • The Brookdale Lodge, near Boulder Creek, California • The Horton Grand Hotel, San Diego, California • The Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California So, if you aren't brave enough, maybe you have to see that list and think it more times before go there. Is there a haunted place near you?
3 responses
• United States
24 Jun 09
I'm joining this discussion several years too late... but I have stayed at the St. James in Cimarron, New Mexico, and it really wasn't that scary... although there are bullet holes in the celing supposedly from Kit Carson...
@jsan0147 (186)
• Philippines
5 Jan 07
@puma_nz (1001)
• New Zealand
5 Jan 07
The Falls Restaurant & Hotel here in Henderson, New Zealand..