Fairmont Banff Springs, Keltic Lodge celebrate ghostly goings-on

WASHINGTON, DC — Rather than hide their spooky pasts, many luxury hotels choose to celebrate their paranormal activities, according to Luxury Hotel Insider.

WASHINGTON, DC — Rather than hide their spooky pasts, many luxury hotels choose to celebrate their paranormal activities, according to Luxury Hotel Insider. Ghostly spectres, slamming doors, mysterious music, and missing objects are all par for the course at these haunted hotels.

A young bride was tragically killed on her wedding day in a freak accident on the marble staircase at Fairmont Banff Springs, in Banff, Alta. Today the hotel still reports mysterious, chilling breezes on the staircase, and strange sightings of a pretty lady in a flowing white dress descending the stairs or dancing in the ballroom.

Julia Corson, the former owner of the Keltic Lodge, in Ingonish Beach, N.S., allegedly died at the property in the 1930s and is rumored to haunt the property. Reports describe seeing her walking the hotel in a flowing white gown. Employees have also reported hearing footsteps behind them and Celtic music being played without any human help.