According to one theory, ghosts — not that other, as “psychic scars”, spiritual remnants left in place after its inhabitants died. If this theory is correct, then one of the most “popular” sites of occurrence are the ghosts of. They feel unbridled joy of couples in their honeymoon and families on vacation. They are inhabited by businessmen, constantly rocking from one city to another. Drug addicts and prostitutes and schizophrenic geniuses, murders, suicides, heart attacks, disputes – all of this happens in hotels every night.
If on the Earth there are ghosts in hotels they just have to be. Next, you will be able to learn about the ten worst hotels in the world
The Japanese are always serious about the ghosts, and Tokyo is home to a terrifying spirit who appears normal until his close people Noperapon (Noppera-bō). When the spirit turns to the man, his face is completely smooth, without eyes, nose and mouth. One of the most popular haunted places in Tokyo is rumored to be the Akasaka weekly, mansen — apartments for longer stays, guests claim to have seen ghostly mists, visions, and the feeling of someone’s hands touching them during sleep. Continue reading
The hotel Dalhousie Castle in Edinburgh
Scotland boasts the Ghost of lady Catherine, in Edinburgh, in the old Dalhousie Castle. Enjoy this transparent lady, rustling skirts through the night corridors, talks about his death on the soil of unrequited love. Begins his story, it is usually a welcome guest at the patting on the back.
Castle hotel Ballygally in Northern Ireland
Ballygally castle was built in 1625. One of the people who lived here was James Shaw (James Shaw), husband of Lady Isobel, who’s had a fight with her husband. The show concluded with his wife in the gun tower from where she jumped out and crashed. Lady Isobel has been active in the castle, often appearing in front of the guests and night, knocking on doors of guests. While James is rumored, poisoned in the castle. Another Ghost of Madame Nixon see in an elegant dress in the middle of the corridors. Playful children’s laughter can also be heard in different parts of the castle. Continue reading
If the word “Ritz” makes you strong Association with high-society weddings, a wealthy American couples in the dreary woolen suits, British old men in trench coats and hats and pretentious celebrities, then you probably never stayed at the Ritz Madrid hotel advertising
O n one of the three existing in the world “old Ritzi” — legendary hotels, founded in the late XIX early XX centuries in Paris, London, and then Madrid by Cesar Ritz, the famous hotel Mogul, nicknamed “the hotelier of kings.”
The hotel was founded in 1910 under the personal order of the Spanish king Alfonso XIII: the monarch, who had to attend by the time the Paris and London luxury hotels Ritz, was horrified to find that the capital of his own Kingdom, can not boast of anything similar. So the Spanish metropolis got your “Ritz”. However, from the beginning his fate was slightly different from the Paris and London namesakes. But more on that later. Continue reading