2. The Grove Park Inn
In the mid-1950s, workers remodeling North Carolina’s Grove Park Inn began to complain of stomach aches while working in the vicinity of room 545. Over the course of the next few years, visitors to the hotel reported seeing the ghostly visage of a woman dressed in pink. In spite of the hotel owner’s attempts to keep the story quiet, visitors with no familiarity of the tale continued to recount the same details over and over. The story of the Pink Lady had begun. In 1996, the hotel’s owners looked into the hotel’s history and discovered the source of the story. In the early twenties, a woman fell to her accidental death at the Grove Park Inn; her spirit remains tethered to the site.