Baltimores historic Admiral Fell Inn, once a boarding house for seamen seeking refuge in the late 1800s, has a dozen known ghosts that haunt the halls, and four of them are available for tours and scary sing- a-longs.
Thats because the hotel has actors on staff that dress as the inns long departed ghoulish guests and greet the living with tours, share stories of their untimely deaths over a cup of tea, and even get together to sing old sea shanties around the piano.
Says hotel spokesperson Lisa Salvatore: We like to center the hotels activities around the ghosts because its haunted. Its nothing scary, and the guests really love it.
But according to Salvatore, the real ghosts steer clear from the staff stand-ins.
She says, The actors have never run into the ghosts they play, though we do get doors opening and closing and blinking lights. The actors are pleasing poltergeists, so I dont think the ghosts are scared.
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