New York, NY
New York City's storied Hotel Chelsea is renowned for its creative atmosphere and culturally significant guests — from Mark Twain to Andy Warhol to Ethan Hawke — and now haunted by ghosts. Guests have reported some freaky occurrences: skeletons in the closet, sounds of footsteps, lights and faucets with minds of their own, and high-pitched screams. They've also seen the face of deceased writer Dylan Thomas, who died of pneumonia in Room 206 in 1953, and a ghost named Mary, a Titanic passenger and survivor, staring at her reflection in hotel mirrors. Not to mention the unsolved murder of Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious' girlfriend, fellow rocker Nancy Spungen.
Due to renovations, the landmark hotel is currently closed to new guests, but is expected to reopen in early 2019. The hotel's hallmark decor — plenty of art on the walls from its decades as a muse for artists — will once again adorn the property.