A Night At This Haunted Hotel In Iowa Is Positively Bone-Chilling

Dubuque is the oldest city in Iowa, and it has many interesting historic buildings and stories. One of the most interesting is the Hotel Julien. The hotel has hosted many famous guests, including the infamous gangster, Al Capone. Originally built in 1839, the building’s history stretches back over 150 years, and there’s plenty of intrigue, with fires, criminals, renovations and even ghosts.

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Have you stayed at the Hotel Julien? Did you see Al Capone’s ghost? If you want to learn more about the haunted spots in Iowa, These 10 Hauntings In Iowa Will Send Chills Down Your Spine.