Baltimore, MD is home to one of the most haunted places the State, Admiral Fell Inn. Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
By 1900, Fell's Point port was a rough waterfront neighborhood filled with warehouses, saloons, and brothels. The Admiral Fell Inn itself was originally a boarding house and theater that included ladies of the night for the seamen and immigrants who patronized the business.
The central building of this landmark was re-established in late 1900 as The Anchorage. It built by the Port Mission Women's Auxiliary as a place "to maintain under Christian influence a boarding house for seamen."
In 1929 the YMCA opened at the site and operated there until the 1970s. The Admiral Fell Inn opened in 1985.
The hotel manager heard a loud party after the hotel was evacuated during a hurricane.
Looking for a paranormal experience? Ask for Room 413; rumors tell us that a man died in the room. The hotel's housekeepers often talk about a strange feeling they get when cleaning the room. They feel a slight breeze against their face or arms as if someone walked past them. Some have felt someone placing a hand on their shoulder. There are also reports of sailors floating past and disappearing butlers knocking on their doors.
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