October 31, 2013
Are you ready for his year Halloween? Thinking about you and in this special occasion we find some of the most spectacular haunted hotels in the World. If you don’t believe in this things and you brave enough visit this special places and tell us you story.
1.Talbot Hotel Oundle, England
Fotheringay Castle was built circa 1100. It had a colorful history, being the birthplace of Richard III (whose remains were found last year beneath a parking lot), as well as the place where Mary Queen of Scots was tried and beheaded. The hotel is reported to be haunted by Mary Queen of Scots who was executed at Fotheringhay in 1587.
2. Hotel Castello Della Castelluccia Rome, Italy
The Castello della Castelluccia, a renovated 11th century castle described by some guests as something out of a fairytale, has experienced its fair share of that history, changing hands many times and serving as the home to many aristocratic families, including this Orsinis, the Mutis, the Odelskanis, and operatic tenor Francesco Marconi. But this legacy has left its shadows; it is said to be haunted by three ghosts, possibly including the mad Emperor Nero who wanders through the gardens, and guests have reported seeing spectral horses passing by in the night.
3. Fairmont Banff Springs Hotels Banff, Canada
Located high in the Canadian Rockies, the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel calls to mind a beautiful medieval castle in the wilderness. The Fairmont management adamantly denies any ghostly activity, but stories abound. One spirit frequently witnessed is that of a bride allegedly killed in a tragic accident right before walking down the aisle.
4. Ballygally Castle Hotel Larne, Northern Ireland
The castle is reputed to host a number of ghosts, the most active of which is the former resident, Lady Isabel Shaw, who has a habit of knocking the doors of the rooms and disappearing.
5. Le Pavillon Hotel, New Orleans
Built in 1907, the hotel’s website describes is as “A place where guests can instantly conjure the days of genteel luxury, romantic evenings and glittering nights.” Guests might also have a brush with the dead; Le Pavillon is reportedly haunted by at least five different ghosts. The most famous of these is Adda, a tearful teenage spirit killed by a runaway carriage who has been known to bump into people in the lobby, claiming to be lost, then vanishing.