23 Creepy Hotels Visited by the Ghost Adventures Crew
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Ghost Adventures Crew
From the infamous Stanley Hotel, to the aptly named Clown Motel, the Ghost Adventures crew has never shied away from a spooky — or even dangerous — hotel. Do you dare follow in their footsteps and book a stay at one of the country’s creepiest hotels? Choose wisely, you never know which (former) guests may be lurking the halls.
The Stanley Hotel
Jerome Grand Hotel
Wolf Creek Inn
The crew posed outside of the historic Wolf Creek Inn in Oregon, a historic building riddled with aggressive negative energy, apparitions and a vampire-like creature.
Jack London Room
Site of Suicide at the National Hotel
Stained Glass Ceiling
Black Swan Inn
St. James Hotel
Room 18 at St. James Hotel
Haunted Room 310
Lava Hot Springs Inn
Haunted Mineral Baths
De Soto Hotel
The Ghost Adventures crew made a stop in El Paso, Texas, to investigate the De Soto Hotel.
Satanic Worship in the Basement
Spirits in the Bar?
Stone Lion Inn
The Stone Lion Inn was built in 1907 by F.E. Houghton. During a period of eight years when his family fell on hard times, the house came under the management of a local undertaker who used the space as a mortuary.
The crew witnesses an inoperable elevator spontaneously open and close its doors at the morbid Mizpah Hotel in Tonapah, Nev.
Jackson House Hotel
The Copper Queen
The Copper Queen is Arizona's longest, continuously operating hotel. It's been open since 1902 and has become the home of many spirits.
Riviera Hotel and Casino
The crew visit this legendary hotel and casino in their hometown of Las Vegas.