Queen Anne Hotel - Real Haunts in San Francisco CA
The Queen Anne Hotel in San Francisco dates back to 1890 and features a Victorian style architecture. When it first opened, the location served as an etiquette school for girls. Although the building now operates as a 48-room hotel, remnants of its past still linger. The hotel is believed to be haunted by the ghost of Miss Mary Lake, the school's late headmistress. She haunts the hotel and mostly makes herself known in room 410 (her former office). Those brave enough to stay the night in the room have claimed to wake up to find their clothes have been unpacked, or the blankets closely tucked around them in bed.
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