Recommendation by Lemi
Book a night at Crescent Hotel & Spa to come face-to-face with other-worldly friends! Since its construction in 1886, it became a luxury resort, a conservatory for young women, and a junior college. However, its strangest incarnation was as a hospital that could “cure” cancer. It was opened by Norman G. Baker who posed as a doctor (without any professional medical background) and conducted cruel untested treatments. Baker, his patients, and a few more disturbed spirits incessantly rover the hotel. Catch a glimpse of them on one of the hotel’s daily ghost tours. You’ll be taken to the basement which served as the then-hospital’s morgue!