• Five 'haunted' hotels
The Midwest has many supposedly haunted locations. Maybe one of these properties will call to you for your next meeting or event.
The Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI
Recently placed again at number 11 on a list of the nation’s top 25 most haunted historic hotels, Milwaukee's 125-year-old Pfister Hotel has many stories to tell. Some say its founder, Charles Pfister, still checks in from time to time to make sure all is well amongst the halls. From flickering lights to strange voices and loud footsteps to the the sighting of Mr. Pfister, paranormal enthusiasts jump for joy and fright at this venue.
Hotel Blackhawk, Davenport, IA
The Hotel Blackhawk may have several ghosts calling it home, Cary Grant being the most well known spirit to have been sighted in the hallways, along with a woman in a red evening gown and one in a blue evening gown.
21c Museum Hotel, Kansas City, MO
Formerly the Savoy Hotel, built in 1888. The ghost of Betsy Ward, who passed away from a heart attack in room 505, is said to still reside there. Guests have reported the shower turning on and off by itself and music coming from the room when the room is empty.