It’s still a favorite place for spirits of owners, employees and those who like to party!
Spirits of well-known patrons are still gazing at the views, taste-testing drinks and enjoying the hotel amenities. An employee tries to continue in service despite not having a real body.
Some have died here, some killed themselves, another’s guilt about a suicide may be keeping her here, and others were really attached to the hotel.
Spirits of former, well-satisfied patrons may visit or reside quietly here: A well-loved movie star, a female entity and an artist.
A crime of passion and rage caused a stuck spirit.
Apparently, spirits from all eras are still having “a roll in the hay.”
Is a favorite hot spot for spectral Civil War wounded soldiers and their doctors.
Living guests are treated to surprise nightly visits from friendly spirit people, with a goal in mind.
This hotel is incredibly haunted with one hundred basically well-mannered spirits who love to tease.
An innocent victim of the witch hunts still has a positive, friendly attitude and does what she likes.
Is the after-life home of many spirits who were war casualties and satisfied former guests from years ago. A spectral employee is a loyal worker despite being murdered.
Two spirits are not shy in making their presence known in front of the living!
Heartbreak caused a tragic act and a haunting of a forlorn, lonely spirit.
There are 49 spirits still claiming this place!
“Palace of Sweets” cause painful, guilt-inducing consequences…
The ninth floor is still party central for a 1920/1930s spectral crowd. Either a suicide or accident causes a haunting as well.
A spirit who was brutally killed by underworld thugs, visits/stays here for peace and possibly justice.
Sometimes it is hard to let go of a labor of love, even after having no physical body.