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Hotels in Long Island That are Really Haunted

If you're feeling particularly brave, and you're not afraid of what goes bump in the night, then spending an evening at one of Long Island's Haunted Hotels is the perfect way to test your bravery. As many legends begin, it was a dark and stormy night when many of the Haunted Hotels across Long Island gained their supernatural status, and many of these haunted hotels claim that visitors can still see, hear, and even touch the phantoms that plague their properties. Haunted Hotels can be a ton of fun to stay at, but if you're weak of heart, don't plan on sleeping through the night!
 
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  • Oheka Castle Huntington, NY
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    Oheka Castle, a 109,000-square-foot, 127-room estate was originally constructed as a summer home for Otto Hermann Kahn, and has changed hands several times since his death in 1934. Today Oheka Castle serves as a luxurious catering hall, and is also open for tours of the mansion and surrounding property. The mansion is alleged to house secret passageways, hidden rooms, and clandestine... Read More

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  •   Normandie Inn Bohemia, NY
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    Built in the early 1920s, the Normandie Inn served initially as a home for Czech Royalty, later as a hotel, as a speakeasy during Prohibition, and as a restaurant before its eventual closure. Supposedly a young girl, named either Sarah or Maria, was strangled to death in the second floor’s back bedroom while the building was still operating as a speakeasy. Hotel guests would later... Read More

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  •   Montauk Manor Montauk, NY
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    Montauk Manor was originally constructed in 1927 as a resort for the wealthy. It fell out of favor during the Great Depression, but has since been restored and returned to its purpose as a 10,000 acre estate. The land is also home to more than a few restless spirits. Next to the Manor is a small cemetery, built on what was originally a burial ground and meeting place for Native... Read More

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  • Maine Maid Inn Jericho, NY
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    The Maine Maid Inn dates back to the end of the 18th century and was once a key site in the Underground Railroad. During the 1950’s it was converted to an inn and eatery popular for banquets and large gatherings; it remained as such until closing in 2009. Footsteps, banging sounds, and strange voices have been heard in the inn, and some visitors have even reported seeing apparitions... Read More

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