Most people come to Nevada at least once in life. Many interest places that they don’t know could become their nightmare. Those “Top 10 haunted hotels In Nevada This Halloween 2015” they must stay away with it.

1. Silver Queen Hotel- Virgina City, NV.

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It’s believed that this hotel is haunted by a woman named Rosie – a prostitute who committed suicide in Room 11. Silver Queen Hotel built in 1876, the Silver Queen Hotel in Virginia City, NV is a historic landmark with a haunted reputation. Staff, guests, and countless paranormal investigators are certain that ghosts roam the 138-year-old property. Could they be right? Like many haunted hotels,the Silver Queen is allegedly haunted by a tragic woman who died on the property. In this case, a prostitute named Rosie reportedly slashed her wrists in the bathtub of Room 11 and now wanders the hotel, tapping on doors and frightening guests. Rosie seems to have a preference for men as the rooms she visits are primarily occupied by males.

2. Boulder Dam Hotel – Boulder City, NV

Visitors have reported several ghostly activities here such as the feeling of a hand on their shoulder or hands coming through the floor and grabbing one of their ankles. YIKES!!! The hotel itself named after the famous Boukder Dam (later renamed Hoover Dam) and was built in 1933. It is listed on the US National Register of Historic Places. It’s a Colonial Revival style hotel located on Arizona street, in the center of Boulder City. Like many historic properties, the Boulder Dam Hotel gained a reputation over the years for housing a number of ghosts. Unlike most locations however, the hotel does not try to capitalize on their spirits. in fact, it actively discourages any idea that he hotel is or may be haunted, and a warm reception can quickly turn cold if you begin asking question related to the reported hauntings.

3. Thunderbird Lodge, Incline Village, NV

Thunderbird Lodge
Built in 1936, this lodge is haunted by the ghost of a painter who visits the pool room. While at the lodge one day many years ago, he fell off of a ladder to his death and has been haunting the lodge ever since. The Thunderbird was name George Whittell. George  decided to convert it to an indoor pool and build a bigger boathouse. while working in the pool house, a worker fell from a ladder and was killed. George Whittel ordered everything left just as it since  worker had died in incident. There is uneasy feeling in this particular area.

4. Mizpah Hotel – Tonopah, NV

It was built in 1907, the Mizpah Hotel was known to be called the “Grand Old Lady” for its elegant service, comport, and amenities. Supported by 18 inches of solid granite walls, the five-story hotel was the tallest building in Nevada until 1929 and featured the first electric elevator west of the Mississippi. With its modern luxuries and charming opulence, the Mizpah Hotel was known throughout the United States and drew luminaries and notable clientele.

5. Goldfield Hotel – Goldfield, NV

This historic hotel has been featured on many television shows and it’s believed to have a lot of paranormal activity going on. Supposedly, Room 109 is haunted by a pregnant woman, and there’s also a ghost that stabs people who visit the hotel. CREEPY!!! In an event, the legend persists and when the apparition of Elizabeth has been sighted, she has been described as having long hair, wearing a white gown, and looking terribly sad as she places the hallways, calling out her child. Others have reported he being sighted in room 109, which is often described as being intensely cold, and on one occasion a ghostly figure appeared in a photograph of the room. However, most people report that while their cameras function normally everywhere in the hotel, they refuse to work in room 109. Two more ghosts who reportedly committed suicide third floor rooms of the hotel have been sighted by more than a dozen people. While their identities are unknown, one is said to be a woman who hanged herself, while the other is said to be a man who jumped to his death from the hotel.

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