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America’s Most Haunted Hotel Invites You To Join Them Valentine’s Day

Ah, Valentines day. A simple day to show the love that you have for that special person in your life. I for one don’t like the day, I think it is overrated, but my husband likes to celebrate it so, okay we can. But now that I know that I can stay at The Crescent Hotel, I just may have to book two plane tickets. 

The hotel cordially invites you and your loved one to spend a hauntingly romantic time at their hotel this Valentines day. As you may or may not know The Crescent Hotel is one of the most haunted places in the USA. With guests reporting of paranormal activities as well as seeing ghosts. This hotel used to be a hospital for Cancer patients in 1886. Until it was turned into a luxury hotel.

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“According to legend, in 1937, radio personality and inventor Norman G. Baker bought the building and housed a hospital. There, he treated cancer patients despite lacking any training and, as a result, many alleged people died. The apparent “portal” in the Crescent Hotel is located on top of what used to be the morgue of that hospital.

“Since then, many guests have booked a stay at the haunted hotel and have experienced many classic signs that a place is haunted. People have reported seeing the ghosts of Baker’s patients as well as that of Morris, a beloved cat that used to live in the hotel and is buried behind it. Because of these sightings, as well as the findings of the mediums hired by the Roenigks, the Crescent Hotel hosts ghost tours every night for guests who want to brave staying overnight in one of the country’s haunted hotels.” Either way do you and the special person in your life have what it takes to stay at a haunted hotel for Valentines day? I am certain you will have a deathly good time. The hotel is offering a package deal at the moment, complete with a premium room, breakfast at the crystal dining room, two tickets to the ghost tour and two shirts. Follow the link to book your stay now.

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