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5 of the Most Haunted Hotels in the US

Now that fall is here, many people seek spooky attractions to coincide with the season. Nothing welcomes fall colors, pumpkin spice, and horror movies better than a trip to a haunted attraction. Although many haunted houses and attractions pop up near Halloween, the five haunted hotels on the list below are open year-round and offer a glimpse of a real-life mystery. It’s far better than any of the entertainment at an amusement facility.

The hotels below offer a haunted experience any time of the year, although most of us can agree that the fall season is the best time to enjoy spooky attractions. Are you brave enough to visit any of these haunted hotels?

1. The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

The Roosevelt Hotel is said to be haunted by many spirits, including that of Marilyn Monroe. Monroe lived in the hotel for a period of two years as she began her modeling career. Mysterious phone calls and photographic orbs are among the strange occurrences that take place here.

7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

2. The Stanley Hotel

The Stanley Hotel is a familiar name to any horror fanatic. It’s the location for Stephen King’s ‘The Shining,’ a classic for any King or horror story fan. The Stanley Hotel has regular ghost tours available, where attendees hear more about the hauntings occurring over the years at the hotel.

333 E Wonderview Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517

3. Hotel Provincial

Hotel Provincial, located in New Orleans, was once a Confederate hospital. Many sightings of Civil War soldiers and surgeons have been reported over the years. Guests even report that bloodstains appear and disappear on some of the bedding in specific rooms.

1024 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70116

4. Hotel Chelsea

Hotel Chelsea was built between 1883- 1885. The hotel is known for its lavish list of guests, as well as some pretty spooky events taking place over the years. In 1953, Dylan Thomas died of pneumonia while a guest of the hotel. The girlfriend of Sid Vicious was murdered at the hotel in 1978.

222 West 23rd Street New York, NY

5. The Cecil Hotel

Many say that the Cecil Hotel is the most haunted hotel in California. The hotel has certainly been the home of many weird, strange, and unusual events. Serial killer Richard Ramirez, better known as The Night Stalker, terrorized Los Angeles residents for several years, breaking into their homes late at night. He also killed one of his victims at this hotel. Other strange events include murders commited by The Hillside Strangler.

640 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

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