World's Scariest Haunted Hotels

by - October 31, 2009 See all photo galleries
Maryland: The Admiral Fell Inn

The Admiral Fell Inn

With a history dating back to the 1700s, the Admiral Fell Inn once served as a safe haven for sailors while their ships called at Baltimore. The historic hotel still maintains the same home-away-from-home appeal for all travelers today, whether they have a pulse or not.

One of the more notable supernatural occurrences happened during Hurricane Isabel in 2003, when the hotel was evacuated except for a few managers. During the night, merriment and dancing could be heard above the lobby, but the only breathing people in the hotel were on the ground floor. The next night, the noises became so loud that the floor actually vibrated.

Rooms start at $169, but if you dare seek out these apparitions without spending the night, the hotel offers a ghost tour, which is free for hotel guests and $5 for non-guests.

(Photo: Admiral Fell Inn)

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