West Virginia October 29, 2019
Stay Overnight In The 130-Year-Old Blennerhassett Hotel, An Allegedly Haunted Spot In West Virginia
No matter what time of year it is here in West Virginia, we’re always up for a spooktacular adventure to take. Some of our residents in the Mountain State may feel brave enough to take on things like
nine of our most haunted cemeteries, but if you’re feeling like you have what it takes to face something even more frightening just go ahead and take a look at this hotel. Filled with more than just history, spend the night at the Blennerhassett Hotel to see if you experience any paranormal activity!
Make your way out to Wood County, West Virginia and right on the corner of Market and 4th Streets in Parkersburg is a true historic gem.
With a history that dates all the way back to 1889, it's little surprise to most to hear that the Blennerhassett Hotel reportedly is home to
To unsuspecting travelers passing by this aesthetically stunning hotel, the Blennerhassett Hotel looks like most historical accommodations that you'll run into.
In reality, this place is known to be quite spooky!
During the year, Blennerhassett Hotel hosts a variety of haunted tours where they team up with local authors who know all about the area's haunted history.
Through these haunted tours and packages, you'll get to spend the night inside the elegantly haunted hotel where you're bound to run into some sort of paranormal activity.
With each haunted package, you'll get a 2-hour tour where you'll hear all about the ghosts and history of this hotel.
According to guests who have stayed at the Blennerhassett, you'll frequently hear tales about people running into a spirit that they believe to be William Chancellor - the hotel's former owner.
Never known to be harmful to guests, the older male spirit of the hotel has even appeared in mirrors while wearing his well-known tuxedo.
The paranormal activity doesn't end there, though. Many guests of the hotel have also run into the spirits of children who whistle and roam the halls.
With elevators known to mysteriously open at random floors and all sorts of strange happenings reported here, spend the night at the Blennerhassett Hotel in Parkersburg to see whether or not you believe the local stories.
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Address: Blennerhassett Island, Lubeck, WV 26101, USA