Los Angeles, CA is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Hollywood Roosevelt . Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Opening on May 15th, 1927, the beautiful and historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel stands tall in the middle of Hollywood. Today it continues its distinguished four-star hotel rating and is the oldest continually operating hotel in Los Angeles. Notable guests included Charlie Chaplin, Shirley Temple and Marilyn Monroe. The Hotel's Blossom Room was the site of the first Academy Awards.
This site is haunted by a multitudes of spirits, two that happen to be celebrities. The first and probably the most iconic is the spirit of Marilyn Monroe. At the Roosevelt, sightings of Monroe’s spirit mainly in the suite she frequented; room 1200. Her ghost often would shock people by appearing in a full length mirror and it got so bad that they moved the mirror from the suite to the hallway in an attempt to not lose customers. The second famous haunt is that of Montgomery Clift who prefers to keep his spectral activity in Room 928. This is where he stayed while filming "From Here to Eternity" It's reported that his ghost is responsible for shifting occupants' luggage. Other hotel guests have seen him in the hallway rehearsing his lines for a movie or playing the trumpet. Room 213 is reported to be the most haunted room in the entire hotel. Many of the room's occupants check out in the middle of the night because of the obvious ghost activities in the room. A handful of people have reported seeing a headless apparition coming towards them, while others complained of the television and sink getting turned on and off on their own. Please select tag below to see more listings like this!
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