Meet The Ghosts At Los Angeles’s Most Haunted Hotels

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Some problems with the treatment of their employees, or maybe they’re currently dealing with one of their factories in Bangladesh.

While following are brands that we can’t fully endorse as an ethical option, they almost are for plenty of reasons. Converted to a hotel in the 1930s, the Chateau Marmot Chateau, the exclusive and elegant hotel off the Sunset Strip has become a hideaway for celebrities.

John Belushi liked to party here a lot, it should make sense he’d stop by in the afterlife.

For some, from Britney Spears to Jim Morrison, it was the setting for meltdowns, affairs, and drunkenshenanigans. Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio supposedly came to the hotel’s Lido Room bar for clandestine dates, and later, in 1954, spent their honeymoon here.

Hotel Guide It wasn’t until it became a hotel that it became popular with the Hollywood set producer Louis Mayer, inventor/aviator/filmmaker Howard Hughes, actress Betty Grable, and singer/songwriter Johnny Mercer were all guests at one time or another during its heyday, the Knickerbocker HotelThe Knickerbocker Hotel. Began its life as an apartment building.

Los Angeles has many wellhaunted landmarks and Hollywood is at least partially to blame/thank for that.

Rudolph Valentino, Carole Lombard, Marilyn Monroe a couple of them haunt more than one location. Loads of the town’s ghosts, it seems, are film stars. Of course just in time to schedule a spooky Halloween staycation, we’ve rounded up seven of the most paranormally blessed hotels in the Los Angeles area, gether with their spooky histories and ghostly presences. This 100 might be a good solution.

Hotel Guide Proceed with caution! After all and so do a number of ‘lesserknown’ ghosts, they tend to like hotels they lived fabulous lives when they have been alive, mysterious little kids, angry teenagers, and silent adults alike. In the lobby, Short’s ghost was well known on the tenth and eleventh floors. From the lobby to the roof, paranormal activity is reported at the Biltmore. Actually, the most famous ghost reportedly hiding out in here’s the ghost of Elizabeth Short, the Black Dahlia. Now look, the story goes that this hotel was the last places Short was seen alive before she was brutally murdered. As indicated by one account, there’s a nurse ghost on the second floor., a boy without face on the roof. Bed was open and the suitcase was empty, when they came out the television was on.

It’s an interesting fact that the former speakeasy became a bar after Prohibition and is supposedly superhaunted.

a guest claims to have checked into their room, put their stuff down and jumped into the shower.

In the 1990s, it returned to hotel form, In the 1960s, the building was converted to apartments. Actually, all that backwards and forwards must have confused in one day officers tells a story about getting a telephone call from a guest room that was not occupied and he just heard giggling. Furthermore, it’s rumored that her first ad was shot at the Roosevelt’s pool, Marilyn Monroe, the busiest ghost in the biz, supposedly haunts her old room, where she lived as her fame grew. Now look. They also see a little girl in a blue dress, a maintenance worker ld The Hollywood Reporter.

Actually the apparition of silverscreen babe Montgomery Clift had been blamed for patting guests’ shoulders and watching maids in Room 928, where he stayed for three months while filming From Here to Eternity, and the ghost of Carole Lombard has also been spotted floating around the upper floors.

Many see Marilyn in the mirror.

Nothing’s worse than an underdressed ghost. In the Blossom Room where the first Oscars were held two ghosts was, um. Generally, not even death can keep lots of those stars away now. On p of this, he may or may not be alone. When he’s not over at the Knickerbocker, rudolph Valentino swings by the Alexandria to skulk around his old twelfthfloor room. I’m sure that the Hollywood Reporter that a famous person died on the twelfth floor. You should take it into account.

Ballroom on the second floor is supposedly haunted by a handful of dancers, and an angry teenager had been spotted in Charlie Chaplin’s old suite.

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