Experience the eerie phenomena for yourself when you book your wedding at one of these haunted venues.
These are the things of nightmares and haunted houses — or are they?
Or, like in the case of the Hilton Hawaiian Village, maybe you prefer a goddess's presence during your vows. How about getting married in one of Atlanta's graveyards, where Civil War soldiers have been heard conducting role call, or worse — seen hanging in trees.
Either way you have it, if you and your spouse-to-be simply adore scary movies, going on ghost tours, or hiding under the covers while things go bump in the night, then these beautiful spots are perfect for your happily ever after.
Once a popular hotel visited by the likes of Doc Holliday and Ike Clanton, it is now the infamous haunt of miners and cowboys.
One such spirit — known as the "Swamper" — is an old miner who hid his silver in the saloon and lurks the hallways and basements to protect it.
The young woman moved into the mansion in 1856 to serve as governess but succumbed to an illness shortly after she arrived.
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There's nothing like romance at sea, and The Queen Mary — with its stately ballroom, stern-side ceremonies, and onboard hotel rooms — is the ultimate example.
Built in the 1930s, this ocean liner spent 30 years at sea with at least 49 reported deaths on board.
Other appearances, like that of a tall dark haired man in a suit or a lady in white, along with odd occurrences like doors slamming, high-pitched squeals, and drastic temperature changes will leave no doubt in your mind as to why this vessel was named one of the Top 10 Most Haunted Places by Old Hollywood glamour is a theme brides and grooms lust after.
At The Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles — home to the very first Academy Awards ceremony in its Blossom Room ballroom — the stars are in its very DNA, literally.