People visit hotels to have fun and spend time with their families and friends. But in some hotels, you can meet some of the families from ancient times, and that might be a nightmare for sure. You might have watched it in TV series or movies, but when you hear about the true stories, that scares you a lot. Here are some of the most haunted houses that can be interesting yet scary.
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles.
You might be a great movie fan, but this one haunts you. There are so many famous ghosts in this hotel who had died in their stay. Back in 1929, the Academic Awards ceremonies were held in this hotel, and the favorite stars were here to stay for a long stretch. There is a report that people witness ghosts here often. Marilyn Monroe’s spirit will be roaming around his room’s mirror while Montgomery Clift’s voice echoes throughout the hotel. Even though you are not a fan of ancient movie legends, you will still get goosebumps witnessing these stars in a hotel.
Spain’s Parador de Jaén
Parador de Jaén hotel was located in the 18th century. Despite its fantastic interior and the beauty of the place, it haunts the person with ease. There are some haunted stories behind its door. In 1980, a man was staying in room number 22 at night, was awaked by a woman crying and had a knock on the door. The paranormal experts say that the place is scary and haunted by women who died in this fortress centuries ago due to heartbreak. The room has kept close since then. This place is haunted by the spirit and many others, like a person with a nickname called “Terrible Lizard,” who died due to hunger while locked up in this fortress.
Jekyll Island Club, Georgia
This Georgian hotel has been a haunted resort for the northerners who are wealthy enough back since 1888. It was one of the most exclusive restaurants in the world at the beginning of the 20th century. Members included bigwigs such as William Vanderbilt and William Rockefeller, and Jekyll Island Club was the first transcontinental phone call to Alexander Graham Bell. This place fell hard in the times of The Great Depression and World War 2 in the 1980s. For years now, the guests complained about the ghosts that spirits are roaming around in this historical place. A spirit reading the Wall Street journal was Samuel Spencer was spotted, while others whiffs on the J.P. Morgan’s cigar-smoking sneaking out of the Financier’s office.