The Menger Hotel - San Antonio TX Haunted Place
- 204 Alamo Plaza
- San Antonio, TX
- (210) 223-4361
Considered by many locals and paranormal enthusiasts to be the most haunted site in San Antonio, the Menger Hotel is said to even be frequented by the ghost of Teddy Roosevelt. The former Bull-Moose president would recruit men to join his Rough Riders calvery. Lesser known ghosts are also said to haunt the site. One is the ghost of a young maid who once worked at the hotel and was murdered there; now she haunts the upper hallways. Another ghost is that of a woman who is said to have died of a broken heart in one of the hotel's upper rooms.
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Very Haunted. I had 2 separate experiences
walking through the maze of hallways you feel like someone is watching you the entire time. I got to my room and tried to open the door. It gave a little but it felt like someone was pushing back against the door. I stopped trying to open the door for a sec. Gently turned the knob and the door opened easily.
Later while taking a panoramic of the old lobby we captured a picture of what appears to be a young Teddy Roosevelt looking down at us from the balcony.Posted 10/30/17
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