Hotel San Carlos - Phoenix AZ Real Haunted Places
- 202 N Central Avenue
- Phoenix, AZ
A well-known Phoenix haunt, Hotel San Carlos gained its paranormal recognition in the 1920s with the death of Leone Jensen. Jensen, 22 years old at the time, fell to her death from the rooftop of Hotel San Carlos. Some say she committed suicide when she found out her fiance no longer wanted to marry her, others say she was pushed. Now her spirit haunts the hotel and has occasionally been seen in guest's rooms and on the roof.
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It was spooky to say the least...
My hubby got us a room one day. He was at a ball game with the guys and I checked in alone, ready for some me time. Drink in hand, I made my way up to the pool. I really enjoyed myself; it's gorgeous. Eventually he made his way back to meet up with me. The drinks were flowing and eventually we left to see the sights around town.. We made it back, nothing was amiss. We settled in and went to bed. Upon waking up, I noticed through the shut doors of the armoire that our tv was on. It was just snow; static. No sound. I went to gather my luggage and it was soaking wet. Literally dripping from the luggage rack into the carpet. When we checked out, we told the front desk that there may be a leak or something and let him know what happened. The guy totally brushed it off. Non chalantly saying that things tend to happen that one can't quite explain. We left in awe, until we read about the supposed hauntings. It was the strangest thing!Posted 7/6/17
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