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    Anchorage Fairbanks
    • Historic Anchorage Hotel, 330 E Street Anchorage, AL 99501, U.S.A.
    • Historic Anchorage Hotel - "Where Ghosts Are More than Just Stories: Curtains rumbling, shower curtains swaying, pictures flying—it's all par for the course at the Historic Anchorage Hotel. Stories of ghostly happenings have been circulating at the hotel for many years and are considered to be related to the death of the first Chief of Police, Jack Sturgus. On February 20, 1921 at 9:15 p.m., Anchorage's first Police Chief John J. "Black Jack" Sturgus was found shot in the back with a bullet from his own gun, steps away from the Historic Anchorage Hotel. It is rumored that his ghost returns to the scene of the crime each year, haunting the location of his untimely death, seeking justice for a crime still unsolved to this day."
    • THE HISTORIC ANCHORAGE HOTEL - established 1916.
    Aspen Clark Colorado Springs
    Denver Estes Park Vail
    • Hotel Jerome.
    • HOTEL JEROME - built the hotel in 1889 to emulate the great European hotels such as London's fabled Claridge's and George V in Paris. "Often hailed as the premier Aspen hotel."
    • Little Nell, 675 E Durant Ave.
    • Little Nell - "Aspen's only five-star, five-diamond property, and the only hotel with ski-in, ski-out access to historic Aspen Mountain."
    • Sky Hotel, 709 E Durant Ave.
    • SKY HOTEL - luxury boutique hotel.
      Colorado Springs
    • Antlers Hotel4 South Cascade Avenue.
    • Antlers Hotel - Colorado Springs lodge opened by William Jackson Palmer in 1882 and which was replaced after the original hotel burned.
    • The Broadmoor, 1 Lake Ave.
    • The Broadmoor - 5-star/5-diamond Historic Hotel of America with over 700 rooms, 18 restaurants and cafes, and a world-class spa. Built in 1918 as the "Grand Dame of the Rockies", it was one of the finest resort destinations along the Rocky Mountains during the age of railroads. The resort with hotel is a popular conference destination for businessmen and government officials. The hotel sits at an elevation of 6230 feet (1900 m) above sea level.
    • The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa, 321 17th St., Denver, CO 80202, U.S.A.
    • THE BROWN PALACE HOTEL & Spa - since 1892. Past guests include the "Unsinkable" Molly Brown (she stayed at the hotel only a week after the Titanic disaster), infamous Denver crime boss Jefferson "Soapy" Smith, Dr. Sun Yat Sen (just before becoming the president of the new Republic of China), Queen Marie of Romania, the Duke of San Macario, and The Beatles. Presidential guests include Theodore Roosevelt, William Taft, Warren Harding, Harry S Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Bill Clinton. The hotel was the site of the high profile 1911 murders in which Frank Henwood shot and killed Sylvester Louis "Tony" von Phul and accidentally killed an innocent bystander, George Copeland, in the hotel's "Marble Bar." Henwood and von Phul were rivals for (or shared) the affections of Denver socialite Isabel Springer, the wife of wealthy Denver businessman and political candidate John W. Springer. The murders culminated in a series of very public trials.
      People who are into the paranormal will get more than their share of ghost stories in the hotel. One which stands out from the rest is that of Mrs. Louise Crawford Hill. She ruled Denver society from her room in the hotel, room 904, which was her home for fifteen years (1940-1955). Later, when the hotel began to offer tours, the story of her life and heartbreak over a lost love were told to the visitors. Strangely, the switchboard suddenly began to receive calls from room 904. But this was impossible, as at the time, the room was undergoing renovation and had no furnishings, lights, carpet, or telephone lines. Before long, the story was eliminated from the tour and the telephone calls from room 904 stopped coming.
      Estes Park
    • The Stanley Hotel, 333 Wonderview Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517, U.S.A.
    • THE STANLEY HOTEL - supposedly Stephen King wrote most of 'The Shining' in room 217. HAUNTINGS: Many believe the Stanley Hotel is haunted, having reported a number of cases of ghostly activity, primarily in the ballroom. Kitchen staff have reported to have heard a party going on in the ballroom, only to find it empty. People in the lobby have allegedly heard someone playing the ballroom's piano; employees investigating the music purportedly found nobody sitting at the piano. Employees believe that particular ghost is of Freelan O. Stanley's wife, Flora, who used to be a piano player. Ghost Adventure Package: This creepy experience includes a guaranteed 4th Floor room, a K2 Meter per reservation, a glow-in-the-dark Stanley Hotel squishy ghost per person, a REDRUM mug per person.
    District of Columbia
    • Omni Shoreham Hotel - "Since 1930, the luxurious Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. has played host to presidents, world leaders and inaugural balls, making it a true Washington landmark."
    • THE HAY-ADAMS - since 1928. LHW. Slogan: "Where nothing is overlooked but the White House." Luxury hotel located at 800 16th Street NW in Washington, D.C. Lafayette Square and St. John's Episcopal Church, also known as the Church of the Presidents, are located across the street.
    • The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, 1127 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036.
    • The Mayflower Renaissance Washington - since 1925. The largest luxury hotel in the U.S. capital and the longest continuously operating hotel in the Washington D.C. area, and a rival of the nearby Willard InterContinental and Hay-Adams Hotels. The Mayflower is known as Washington, D.C.’s "Second Best Address" (second to the White House at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.)
    • The WILLARD - since 1816. Historic luxury Beaux-Arts hotel located at 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Among its facilities are numerous luxurious guest rooms, several restaurants, the famed Round Robin Bar, the Peacock Alley series of luxury shops, and voluminous function rooms. It is two blocks east of the White House.
    • Trump International Hotel, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004.
    • Trump International Hotel - 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
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    Charleston White Sulphur Springs
      White Sulphur Springs
    • The Greenbrier, 300 W Main St, White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986.
    • The Greenbrier - "America's Resort." Five-star resort. A total of 26 presidents have stayed at The Greenbrier. The Greenbrier is also the site of a massive underground bunker that was meant to serve as an emergency shelter for the United States Congress during the Cold War.
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