10 Most Haunted Bars In America

10 Most Haunted Bars In America

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We’ve collected ten of our favorite and most colorful bars around the country that are reportedly haunted by some colorful characters. Pull up a bar stool, grab a drink, and try not break into a cold sweat as you imbibe with the dearly departed.

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    Haunted by a wide variety of ghosts, including those believed to be spirits of opium fiends (the original building was an opium den before the founder, Arnaud, purchased it), apparitions of gentlemen enjoying a late night at the bar, and even Arnaud.
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    Phone calls from empty rooms requesting room service, bodiless voices excusing themselves or blessing you after a sneeze, and apparitions appearing in the hallways and windows will surely spook anyone who visits. 
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    Numerous staff members and visitors at The Tavern report having seen a young lady dressed in early-twentieth-century garb, accompanied by her daughter while wandering the halls or looking out windows. 
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    From random footsteps on the second floor, unexplained scents of lavender (the perfume of 18th- and 19th-century prostitutes), malfunctioning electronics, and unexplained late-night parties, the Bridge Café will please those in search of the paranormal.
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    Request the nickel tour, then watch and listen as he tells you about the bar's haunted happenings—guaranteed to be a chilling experience. Finish it off with a few drinks at the bar and if you're lucky, a ghost or two may join you.
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     One of the ghosts is an elderly gentleman who died while renting a room upstairs in the early years of the Whitehorse. He was never identified, but has been seen by a number of people. Another is a small girl, often heard crying on the 2nd floor.
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    Often called the “most haunted hotel in Texas,” there are said to be thirty-two different entities roaming the bar, hotel, and restaurant. 
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    Most often seen is the ghost of a sailor named Mickey, who boarded here in years past and was killed out front. If you visit, try to get a tour of the upstairs of the building: The place is truly creepy.
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    Check out a cluster of three holes punched through the tin wall; these were made when a drunken miner, cheating at poker, lunged for the card dealer. locals and visitors alike to assume the ghost of the miner is trapped here, maybe still playing cards.
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    Numerous guests have spotted Jean Laffite himself lingering around the fireplace (where it’s said he stashed his gold), sitting at a back table, or hanging around the women’s restroom (he was a notorious womanizer). 
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