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This haunted hotel in San Antonio was once a morgue

Cheapism Logo By Nicole Bruce of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 20: San Antonio Prior to housing travelers, San Antonio's Emily Morgan Hotel was once a medical facility, morgue, and a psychiatric ward. Now known as "the official hotel of the Alamo," the neo-Gothic building is also known for its paranormal activity, including unexplained noises, apparitions, and the feeling of being touched. The 12th and 14th floors — the latter of which was formerly the site of the crematorium — as well as the elevator are said to be particularly active for paranormal activity. The on-site bar/restaurant has even hosted Psychic Happy Hours with palm readings to get in the spirit.Across the country, some of America's hotels have histories that are centuries old — and reportedly still have guests that've long overstayed their welcome. Spend a night at some of these notoriously haunted hotels — some with celebrity ghosts — if you dare. Staff, guests, and even ghost hunters have spotted spirits at these hospitable properties. Some are among the scariest places in America.Related: 50 Spooky Graveyards Across the Country

Emily Morgan Hotel

San Antonio Prior to housing travelers, San Antonio's Emily Morgan Hotel was once a medical facility, morgue, and a psychiatric ward. Now known as "the official hotel of the Alamo," the neo-Gothic building is also known for its paranormal activity, including unexplained noises, apparitions, and the feeling of being touched. The 12th and 14th floors — the latter of which was formerly the site of the crematorium — as well as the elevator are said to be particularly active for paranormal activity. The on-site bar/restaurant has even hosted Psychic Happy Hours with palm readings to get in the spirit.

Across the country, some of America's hotels have histories that are centuries old — and reportedly still have guests that've long overstayed their welcome. Spend a night at some of these notoriously haunted hotels — some with celebrity ghosts — if you dare. Staff, guests, and even ghost hunters have spotted spirits at these hospitable properties. Some are among the scariest places in America.

Related: 50 Spooky Graveyards Across the Country

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