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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Crescent Hotel & Spa; Eureka Springs, AR

The hotel's history began badly when an Irish stonemason named Michael fell and died while constructing the building. His ghost is said to haunt Room 218. Bill Ott, the hotel's director of marketing and communications, has experienced Michael's presence firsthand: While leading a group from the TV show Deal or No Deal on a ghost hunt one summer night, Bill and the group heard something that sounded like a prerecorded laugh track. "There was raucous laughter for three or four seconds, and then it stopped. There was no one around," Ott remembers. When the paranormal experts from Syfy's Ghost Hunters came to the hotel, they witnessed a full-body apparition. "The holy grail of ghost hunting," says Ott.

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