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The Cavalier Hotel - Real Virginia Beach Haunt

  • 4201 Atlantic Ave
  • Virginia Beach, VA
  • 757-437-7872
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Built in 1927 on scenic Virginia Beach, the Cavalier Hotel has hosted many famous socialites, businessmen, and artists including F. Scott Fitzgerald and Judy Garland. Adolph Coors of the Coors Brewery died while staying at the hotel in 1929, falling from the hotel’s 6th floor. Since then people have reported seeing an apparition and feeling cold spots on that same floor; some have even heard the sickening sound of a body hitting the concrete outside.

A phantom cat has been heard meowing and scratching at guestroom doors. Floating orbs have shown up in photographs taken at the hotel, and visitors have heard footsteps walking down halls where there is no person physically present. An African American man dressed in one of the hotel’s old uniforms appears from time to time on the 6th floor staircase to warn people that there are ghosts ahead, but he himself is a ghost! The hotel closed temporarily for renovations with plans to reopen in 2016.
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