America's Haunted Restaurants and Hotels

Haunted restaurants and hotels abound in America, waiting to be explored by specter-seeking guests. "You have to be careful what you wish...
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Hotel Monte Vista; Flagstaff, AZ

This hotel, which once hosted Hollywood guests like Bing Crosby and Humphrey Bogart, now harbors several ghosts. Front-desk employee Chelsea Green recalls a large, burly Los Angeles biker who was staying in Room 305, which the lady in the rocking chair is known to haunt. "She's nice. She'll just sit there and talk to you," Green told the man when he came down into the lobby, refusing to return to his room. He tried to act tough when she took him back upstairs but a few minutes later he was sleeping on the couch in the lobby. "He left pretty early the next morning; I think he was embarrassed," Green says. Guests in Room 210 have heard phantom knocks and a voice that calls "Room service!" when no one's at the door.

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