BALTIMORE, MD (WJZ) — Two Baltimore hotels are listed among America’s most haunted locations.

With Halloween season underway, locals may be interested in having a ghostly encounter in Charm City.

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According to The Daily Meal, Admiral Fell Inn and Lord Baltimore Hotel, are two of the nation’s most haunted locations.

This is what they had to say about the Admiral Fell Inn:

“In the early 1900s, the Admiral Fell Inn was a boarding house and recreational center for sailors called “The Anchorage.” These seamen were particularly rowdy and often enjoyed alcohol-fueled parties with prostitutes and gambling. When tropical stormIsabel struck in 2003, the hotel was evacuated. A former general manager stayed back to board the windows, and claimed to have heard a party going on upstairs — but the building was empty. Room 413 is reportedly the most haunted room on the premises. Ever since a guest mysteriously died there, housekeepers have felt a chilling paranormal presence in the room. Some even refuse to go in.”

And for Lord Baltimore Hotel:

“During the Great Depression, a husband and wife jumped to their deaths, and brought their 7-year-old daughter along with them. The child — who staff refers to as Molly — is often spotted rolling a red ball in the hallways while her parents dance in the ballrooms. The front desk frequently gets calls in the middle of the night from guests wondering if someone could contact the girl’s parents. Apparently, some housekeepers have gone as far as quitting their jobs because they were so sick of being chased by Molly.”

Spooky!

h/t Patch.com.

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