The Davenport Hotel and Tower - Spokane WA Real Haunts
The Davenport Hotel and Tower is famous for its celebrity guests and famous ghosts. Guests of the hotel believe they have witnessed the ghost of Ellen McNamara, a woman who died in 1920 when she fell through a skylight. It is said that her ghost walks the mezzanine and every so often peers over the railing and surveys the steep drop to the lobby.
I rented a penthouse suite in the old building. The room was nice and we invited six couples who are friends to dress in costumes, go bar crawling, then back to our room for a night cap. All evening we heard sounds coming from the hallway outside the room. When someone poked their head out to see who was out there...not a person in sight. I loved it and will be visiting that suite again.Posted 8/14/20
TV turning on middle of night, lights flickering
My cousin and I booked a room and woke up to lights flickering, TV on a scrambled channel turned up loud also window opened and some of our clothes from our bags was on the ledge outside of the window. Had no idea the hotel might be haunted until about 3am the next morning! I thought my cousin was playing a joke on me.. we were both blaming each other for the haunting.. I am a believer and scared to stay again!Posted 10/2/19
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