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The Chelsea Hotel: The infamous Chelsea Hotel in New York City is one of the area's spookiest landmarks. Built in 1884, the hotel has been home to many notable writers, musicians and artists over the years. Even though many of its most famous occupants have since died, visitors claim to have spotted the apparitions of Dylan Thomas, Eugene O'Neil and Thomas Wolfe.
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel ~ Located on Hollywood Boulevard and opened for business in 1927, the Roosevelt Hotel is one of the most famous hotels in Los Angeles and one of the most haunted places in the world. It has long been a hangout for Hollywood's biggest stars, and the popularity of its trendy Teddy's nightclub still attracts the glitterati. Ghosts: The Roosevelt is nearly as famous for its big-name ghosts, including Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift. Haunting activity includes: ...
Been - Quebec City, Canada
Closeup of Crescent Hotel Ghost----This is a wall, not a doorway!
Early 20th century picture, with a special guest
"Haunted House" aka Bruce Mansion in Burnside Michigan via Flickr @Marty McPadden Hogan
These tunnels under the Greystone Hospital in Morris Plains, NJ are still haunted by a patient who was shot to death by security guards while attempting to escape.
Ward's Funeral Home by sonofgawddog, via Flickr. We stumbled upon this place - in the part of Opelika that has "homes with bars on the windows" (the bad side of town). It is a funeral home that has been abandoned for years. I could not help but take a closer look - sure enough I found a room with coffins. I was almost tempted to find the embalming room, but truthfully I was too freaked out. A "local" said people see haunts aka haints aka ghosts in the windows at night.