America holds the world power due to some plethora of reasons. Not just that, it is also big fame because of many reasons unknown to most of us. For now, let’s take a goofy angle to this and explore the most haunted hotels in America which are quite famous all over the world:
1. Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Marilyn Monroe is considered to be one of many spirits that didn't get the peace that haunts Hollywood's glamorous Hotel Roosevelt, where she lived for two years while her modeling career was taking off. Reports of cold spots, photographic orbs and mysterious phone calls to the hotel operator add to its mystique.
2. Stanley Hotel
Colorado's Stanley Hotel frightened horror master Stephen King and stood as an inspiration for the setting of "The Shining." Want to go on your own "spooky sojourn?" Take this challenge of one of the Stanley Hotel's ghost tours, including a five-hour ghost hunt and chilling night tour.
3. Hotel Chelsea
There are an abundance of famous guests and spirits at New York's Hotel Chelsea, including Dylan Thomas (who died of pneumonia while staying here in 1953) and Sid Vivious (who's girlfriend was stabbed to death here in 1978).
4. La Fonda
The spirits of Santa Fe's Old West are said to lurk in La Fonda's lobby and bar, including the Honorable John P. Slough who was shot to death in the hotel lobby and a frenzied salesman who leaped to his death outside the gambling hall.
5. Logan Inn
Built in the year 1722 as a tavern, the Logan Inn and its ghosts are famous in the Colonial-era town of New Hope, Pennsylvania. Adventurous ghost hunters should request Room 6, also known as Emily's room who was the mother of a former owner of the building; Emily's lavender perfume and soft crying at night have been heard by many.
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