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Most Haunted Hotels in America


Most Haunted Hotels in America

For travelers who like to delve into the darker side, a haunted hotel can produce chills and thrills that are far more interesting and fun to talk about than even the best Disney dark ride. Haunted hotels vary in terms the paranormal activity present, but if you’re on your way from point A to point B, spending a night in one of America’s most haunted hotels is guaranteed to be worth talking about, even if you only get a couple of ghost videos or EVP’s.

According to Yahoo, the top 3 most haunted hotels in America are:

1)      The 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

2)      The Buxton Inn in Granville, Ohio

3)      The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa in Denver, Colorado

If you have the opportunity to stay in one of these top-rated haunts, you’ll be in for a treat, but if not, there are plenty of other haunted hotels throughout the country that you might want to patronize. Consider the Argo Hotel in Crofton, Nebraska, for example. This is a haunted hotel where a baby’s skeleton was found buried deep inside basement walls located in a middle-of-nowhere place in Northern Nebraska. Haunted hotels are everywhere, even in the most unexpected places. You just have to know where to search for them.

Just because the haunted hotel you choose to stay in isn’t on the most haunted hotel list above doesn’t mean you won’t have some personal experiences and perhaps capture some paranormal activity on video or in pictures. Staying in haunted inns or haunted bed and breakfasts can definitely take you off the beaten track and put you in a position to see real ghosts or perhaps meet new and interesting people as well. Some inns and motels offer ghost tours or the opportunity to learn more about the history of a place. Either way, by taking the time to book lodging at haunted inns or hotels, you’ll get more out of your trip than if you stayed in a chain hotel instead. Before you make up your next travel itinerary, find haunted inns or haunted motels in your area to maximize the fear-factor of your trip.


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