Hotel was originally a place that is fun. To hook the lodger, all vying to beautify their interiors or improve the overall service quality.
However, the common law did not apply to this hotel five. Because the hotel is actually given the title as the most creepy, especially in the United States (US).
Many things that cause the predicate attached to five this hotel. But in general, five this hotel because it has particularly horrific history is no less creepy.
Curious as to what the most horrific forms of this hotel? Here's his review as quoted from BuzzFeed, Thursday (08/01/2014):
The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado
Stanley Hotel in Colorado became famous in the 1980s when it became the location shooting the horror film The Shinnning. The hotel is indeed haunted, especially in room 217. On the fourth floor of this hotel often run small child's voice, the lights on and off frequently by itself and most frightening is the piano that reads itself in the middle of the night.
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Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast, Fall River, Massachusetts
Awesomeness of this place against the backdrop of a boy named Lizzie Borden who killed his parents axes. Lizzie Borden was arrested but later released again. Because of the horrific events of the hotel visitors often see figure appearance. Trust, figure yagn often arises is Lizzie's father and mother who never intend to leave his home.
The Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles
Some people at this hotel often see shadows like ghosts. Interestingly, some acknowledgment saying that they saw ghosts of famous people such as Marilyn Monroe seen in the ballroom or room 229 and Montgomery Clift in room 928. Visitors are also often plagued by touch, cold air which is odd, the door suddenly closed and piano the play itself.
Ahwahnee Hotel, Yosemite National Park, California
Located in the middle of Yosemite National Park, believed to be haunted by the Ahwahnee hotel a former operators themselves, Mary Curry Tresidder. Some people see their own rocking chair moving on the 4th floor, but on the floor no rocking chair.
Le Pavillon, New Orleans
Hotel Le Pavillion is often regarded as the most haunted places in all of New Orleans. Guests who stayed at this hotel testified that there was a young ghost named 'Adda' or 'Eva' which is always visible in the hotel lobby. Ghosts are even considered trying to get acquainted with the hotel guests.