Haunted Hotel Utica

haunted hotel utica

haunted hotel utica

The Historic Haunted Hotel Utica ~ CNY Paranormal. The Hotel Utica is a prominent building in downtown Utica. Located on Lafayette Street, the Hotel Utica was created to be the pinnacle of luxury in the early 20 th century, and was home to many prominent guests, some of which may have never left. Opening in 1912, the Hotel Utica was a tall,...

If you're new, Subscribe! → [ http://bit.ly/1pqK7RX ] In this episode Phil guides the explorers to Hotel Utica in the city's downtown. Towering over downtown Utica ...

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34.3 miles from Utica, OH The house here was originally built in 1890, and when it became a bed-and-breakfast inn in the 1990s, the owners found that they were not alone! Spirits are said to haunt the second and third floors, and can also be found near the front door and first-floor closet.

The 6th Annual Haunted History Investigations with Townsquare Media brings Haunts & Legends to the iconic Hotel Utica with special guests Haunts and Legends LIVE talent, Lite 98.7's Eric Meier and ...

At this past Halloween's Haunts and Legends Live event at the Hotel Utica, Vicki Chwazik of Utica, caught something she couldn't believe on her camera phone.

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The Hotel Utica has played host to a number of celebrity ghosts over the years including Amelia Earhart and President Franklin D Roosevelt. However, these days it is more well known for its ghosts! One of the most common sightings that is reported by guests and hotel staff alike is referred to affectionately as ‘Tuxedo Man’.

Hotel Utica is known for being quite the popular location if you're looking to track down ghosts. Staff and Guests of the hotel frequently claim to see a spirit they refer to as "Tuxedo Man", always quickly disappearing.

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