Top 10 Haunted Hotels ~ test your tolerance for the paranormal and  Sleep like the dead at one of these spectacularly spooky haunted hotels :D :D

Top 10 Haunted Hotels ~ test your tolerance for the paranormal and Sleep like the dead at one of these spectacularly spooky haunted hotels :D :D


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Magnolia Plantation in Natchitoches, Louisiana. One of the most haunted places in the south. Photo by SarahJayne of Cointrelle.com (formerly known as Goldmine Trash Vintage).

Magnolia Plantation in Natchitoches, Louisiana. One of the most haunted places in the south. Photo by SarahJayne of Cointrelle.com (formerly known as Goldmine Trash Vintage).

Said to be THE MOST haunted house in America, The Myrtles Plantation was reportedly home to some 20 murders and mysterious deaths. Today, it is run as a bed and breakfast. The Myrtles Plantation.

Said to be THE MOST haunted house in America, The Myrtles Plantation was reportedly home to some 20 murders and mysterious deaths. Today, it is run as a bed and breakfast. The Myrtles Plantation.

Tour The Myrtle's Plantation in St Francisville Louisiana - America's most haunted house

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Tour The Myrtle's Plantation in St Francisville Louisiana - America's most haunted house

The Pirate's House in Savanna, Ga.  Tour guide told us the color around the windows and doors is 'haint blue' because it haint green and it haint blue (haha).  They said the color was used on doors and windows because it keeps ghosts from crossing through.  Spooky.

The Pirate's House in Savanna, Ga. Tour guide told us the color around the windows and doors is 'haint blue' because it haint green and it haint blue (haha). They said the color was used on doors and windows because it keeps ghosts from crossing through. Spooky.

See http://www.irelandonvideo.com/ The Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary is home to the ruins of a great Celtic cathedral. Legend associates the Rock of Cashel with St. Patrick. The hill  was originally the residence of the kings of Munster. Excavations have revealed some evidence of burials and church buildings  from the 9th or 10th century, but it was in the early 12th century that the Rock began to be developed into a major Christian center.

See http://www.irelandonvideo.com/ The Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary is home to the ruins of a great Celtic cathedral. Legend associates the Rock of Cashel with St. Patrick. The hill was originally the residence of the kings of Munster. Excavations have revealed some evidence of burials and church buildings from the 9th or 10th century, but it was in the early 12th century that the Rock began to be developed into a major Christian center.

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