The Creepiest Hotels in the World

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Some people believe in ghosts and some don’t, but there are soem places in the world that are just downright creepy. Whether you’re a believer or not, these hotels are said to be the most haunted in the world.
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The Marshall House

This Savannah, Georgia hotel was home to Union soldiers during the Civil War. It’s now reported that their ghosts roam the halls. Other repors include faucets turning on by themselves and ghost children running through the hallways.
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Bourbon Orleans Hotel

Located in New Orleans, this hotel opened in 1827 and was later used as a convent, orphanage and hospital. It’s now back to being a hotel, but ghostly visitors are reported on a regular basis.
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The Hay-Adams

Next time you’re in Washington D.C., check out this haunted hotel. The site was once home to Henry Adams, whose wife committed suicide where the hotel now stands. People report doors opening and closing on their own and hearing voices.
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The Stanley Hotel

This hotel has been reporting ghostly activity since the 1970s and was the scene of “The Shining” by Stephen King. There are several rooms that are said to be haunted at the hotel.
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Emily Morgan Hotel

Here in San Antonio, this hotel is across the street from the Alamo and was used as a hospital, psychiatric facility and morgue. Reports include feeling touched, hearing voices and seeing ghosts.
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Langham Hotel

This London hotel has been around since 1865 and some say they’ve seen Napoleon III here as well as German soldiers and a doctor who murdered his wife on their honeymoon at the hotel.
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Hotel Sorrento

An upscale hotel in Seattle, the Hotel Sorrento features the ghost of Alice B. Toklas, the inventor of the pot brownie.
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Omni Parker House

Located in Boston, this haunted hotel features the ghost of the original owner. In room 303, a businessman died and that story inspired “1408” by Stephen King.
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Ballygally Castle

This Ireland hotel has tons of history, including the wife of the original owner jumping to her death from the hotel. There’s also a “Ghost Room.”
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Hotel Roosevelt

Here in Los Angeles, Marilyn Monroe is still said to haunt the halls of this hotel, where she lived for two years. Many other Hollywood names have also been seen haunting the halls at this hotel.
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