Witnesses to the 115-year-old Statler City Hotel in New York claim that high paranormal activities take place, this report the extranormal website Week in Weird.
The City Statler Hotel in Buffalo, New York, which is available today for weddings and events, seem to receive returning deceased hotel guests, a true paradise for ghost addicts.
Haunted Hotel’s History
The hotel was built in 1901 by Statler, composed out of a wooden structure for a Pan-American Exhibition and had 2,084 rooms, it could accommodate 5,000 guests.
President William McKinley was assassinated in that hotel. Leon Czolgosz, a Polish anarchist, shot him twice in the abdomen. The president died six days later on September 14 of gangrene caused by the gunshot wounds.
Statler City Hotel received icons like Elvis, Al Capone, and Richard Nixon.
After 15 years closing their doors because of an economic crisis, they sold the hotel, and around 1924 the hotel was being renovated, that triggered the paranormal activities.
During the renovation, workers had heard strange noises. The paranormal activities did not stop when the renovation was complete, on the contrary.
Guests, until today, report echoes of ghosts voices that move through the halls, seeing full-bodied apparitions wandering the ballroom, people being touched by ghosts, luggage carts rolling through the hallway or the elevator, which no longer reaches the suite levels, opening and closing as if guests are still checking in and out, this reports Week in Weird.
According to several ghost hunters, the old pool is the home of dark entities and is considered the scariest location in the hotel where people are grabbed aggressively.
The terrace room and the 18th floor is where the most paranormal activities take place where legless apparitions, mysterious shadows, and glowing spirits are continuously photographed.
The haunted Statler City hotel gets so much attention from ghost hunters that it’s on the destination list of the upcoming season of Paranormal Lockdown where paranormal investigators will be locked 72 hours in one of the most haunted locations in America, the Statler City hotel.Never miss a story again — sign up to our Telegram channel and we'll keep you up to speed!