90 years after her maiden voyage, the Queen Mary sits off the dock in Long Beach and welcomes visitors to this day. However, some passengers never left her opulent halls.
The Mischievous Monkey Ghost of Montana at the Pollard Hotel
Multiple spirits are reported, including a rare non-human apparition. Let’s learn all this and more about the Pollard Hotel in Red Lodge, Montana.
Adobe Ghosts at the Amador Hotel in New Mexico
The building has experienced paranormal activity almost its entire existence, but the two story adobe former hotel carries a lot of the history of the town itself.
The Lady in Red at the Mizpah Hotel in Nevada
Paranormal investigators have flocked to the Mizpah for its ghostly activity, many trying to communicate with the Lady in Red.
The Lady in Blue at the Geiser Grand Hotel in Oregon
The Geiser Grand Hotel was reopened in 1998, but spirits from it’s heyday in the early 1900s still wander the halls.
The Star Crossed Lovers of Duke Mansion in North Carolina
One story about the Duke Mansion stands above the rest, however, possibly proving that love continues into the unknown after death.
Healing Springs and Spirits of the Hotel Colorado
Make sure to ask for room 661 if you want a little more excitement during your stay.
Mystery Ghosts at Periwinkle Place Manor in Iowa
The home was used as a funeral parlor for the community, with over a century of serving in that role. It was even reported to be the first funeral home in the state of Iowa.
The Wild Ghosts of Tombstone, AZ
Don’t forget to stop at Boot Hill Cemetery, where some of the graves are fictitious, but the spirits caught on camera within the fences are certainly anything but.
Cowboy Ghosts at Gasdsen Hotel in Arizona
The Gadsden hotel has stood as a historic reminder of Arizona’s rough and tumble past.