Hotels Haunted by Celebrities

Las Vegas Hilton
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From Marilyn Monroe to Janis Joplin, celebrity spirits that have taken up residence in hotels across America.

Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada

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The Star: A regular performer at the Las Vegas Hilton from 1969 through 1976, Elvis Presley took up residence in the hotel’s penthouse suite. Recently, the LVH was purchased by Westgate. The new Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino continues to pay tribute to Presley with a permanent exhibit of artifacts (his high school yearbooks, his first stage outfit) as well as live shows. 

The Haunting: “Elvis has not left the building,” say ghost aficionados, who claim that the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll still hangs around backstage at his former performance space, perhaps waiting to appear once more before a theater of screaming fans.

Las Vegas Hilton

Hotels Haunted by Celebrities

Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada

The Star: A regular performer at the Las Vegas Hilton from 1969 through 1976, Elvis Presley took up residence in the hotel’s penthouse suite. Recently, the LVH was purchased by Westgate. The new Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino continues to pay tribute to Presley with a permanent exhibit of artifacts (his high school yearbooks, his first stage outfit) as well as live shows. 

The Haunting: “Elvis has not left the building,” say ghost aficionados, who claim that the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll still hangs around backstage at his former performance space, perhaps waiting to appear once more before a theater of screaming fans.

Vladislav Bezrukov / Flickr
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