The Adolphus Hotel in Dallas, Texas, is said to house one of the most haunted elevators in the state. In fact, it is responsible for as many as eighty percent of the paranormal activities logged by guests of the historic hotel.
The history of the haunted Le Pavillon Hotel dates back to 1907 when it was built as New Denechaud Hotel in Poydras Street, New Orleans. The site was formerly a streetcar depot and National Theater (also known as the German Theater or the Werlein Hall) that boasted four levels of seating that could fit approximately 1,500 people in a single show. However, the theater was razed to the ground in an accident.
Apart from its rich history, Vinoy Renaissance Resort has had an old reputation for paranormal activities since the 1950s. The sports industry, particuarly the baseball teams, has been a leading victim of such strange events as the hotel was the primary choice for many Major League Baseball (MLB) teams visiting St. Petersburg.
Overland Hotel & Saloon was featured on season 9, episode 12 of the popular paranormal television series Ghost Hunters. During the episode (which aired on Jun 21, 2014), co-hosts Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, and Nick Groff explored the silver-mining town of Pioche and investigated the ghostly hauntings at Overland Hotel & Saloon, the Million Dollar Courthouse and the old jail.
The history of Fort Worth’s Stockyards Hotel began with the booming of the stockyard industry in the city. As tens of hundreds of merchants and cowboys flocked into town, Forth Worth was in need of new establishments to accommodate and entertain the incoming visitors. Soon, dozens of hotels and entertainment venues sprung up over the city, all seeking to cash in on the booming economy.
Located along Ursulines Avenue lies Hotel Villa Convento, a two-hundred-year-old Creolo townhouse that is now one of top ten most haunted places in the French Quarters. The hotel is said to be haunted by a former madame who had served men in the building when it was a brothel. Couples spending the night in the …