Footsteps in empty hallways, ghostly apparitions, lights flickering on and off and things that go bump in the night. We’ve all heard stories about paranormal activities in haunted hotels. How about a ghost that crawls into bed and spoons with you or one that tickles your feet?
People react in opposite ways. They flee, or they book rooms known to be haunted, like the Abigail Room at the Union Station Hotel in Nashville or Room 932 of Hotel Bethlehem in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.
What would you do? Read these troubling tales of haunted hotels before you decide. If you dare.
Listen to The Larry Meiller Show on Halloween when I’ll share more tales of haunted hotels.
– Jan Schroder, Editor-in-chief, The Travel 100