Day: November 16, 2021

Grove Park Inn

Pink Lady Ghost and Room 545 in Grove Park Inn, Asheville

The history of the Pink Lady and Room 545 dates back to the 1920s when a young lady fell to her death in the Palm Court. Since then, guests have reported seeing the apparition of the lady in a dense, pink smoke. Others have also to have seen a women dressed in a flowing, pink gown (or pink coat) wandering around the grounds of the resort.

Congress hotel view

Sealed Room 1252 on 12th Floor of Congress Plaza Hotel

The legend behind Room 1252 lies the tragic story of Adele Langer, a Czech-Jewish refugee who entered America with her two sons, Jan Misha and Karel Tommy, on a six-month visa. Adele had previously planned to reunite with her husband Karel Langer at Congress Plaza Hotel. The Langer family were owners of the $1.5 million (equivalent of $29.8 million in 2021) Hynek Marprles textile mills in Prague but had to escape the country during World War II to escape the persecution of Jews by the Nazi.