Spend a night with some legendary ghosts in the country's most famous haunted hotels.
Marilyn Monroe is thought to be one of many restless spirits that haunt Hollywood's glamorous Hotel Roosevelt.
Colorado's Stanley Hotel spooked horror master Stephen King and inspired the setting for 'The Shining.'
There are plenty of famous guests and ghosts at New York's Hotel Chelsea, including Dylan Thomas and Sid Vicious.
The spirits of Santa Fe's Old West are said to inhabit La Fonda's lobby and bar.
Built in 1722 as a tavern, the Logan Inn and its spirits are legendary in the Colonial-era town of New Hope, PA.
The Equinox in Vermont was a favorite of Abe Lincoln's family and is said to be haunted by Mary Todd Lincoln.
A 1930s cruise liner that's docked in Long Beach, CA, Queen Mary offers ghost-hunting tours on-board for its guests.
Guests have reported strange occurrences and sightings while staying in Crescent Hotel, in Eureka Springs, AR.
Deep in the heart of Louisiana's Voodoo land, Myrtle Plantation is believed to be one of America's most haunted houses.
Guests at New Orleans' Provincial Hotel, a former Confederate hospital, have reported sightings of Civil War soldiers.