Wednesday, September 1, 2010

La Posada de Albuquerque

A ghost tour can be a great vacation, but staying in a haunted hotel is even better. La Posada de Albuquerque is a famous haunted hotel, built by Conrad Hilton back in 1939. The hotel has long serviced downtown Albuquerque, NM and the nearby railroad, so you can imagine the sort of events that may have occurred there.

Most of the ghosts are reported between the 4th floor and the 7th floor, so book your room accordingly. Watch for a 1940s-era female apparition wearing a hat and dress, as well as a ghostly old woman. Both of these specters are said to haunt the 7th floor. The 2nd floor ballroom is said to be haunted, as well. Most of the ghostly activity is reported in the late afternoon and evening. Dinner and a ghost, anyone?

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