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Haunted Houses - Hotel del Coronado

Hotel del Coronado

Why did we rate this "Confirmed"? Because multiple sources off the internet sites have experienced paranormal activity at this location & therefore warrants a rating of "Confirmed".

What's the tale? Hotel del Coronado is home to Kate Morgan. The beautiful con artist was once wife of Tom Morgan. The two ran scams via railroad. Kate was the beautiful vixen in Tom's plans and the two did quite well for themselves. Kate outgrew Tom's foolish ways and wanted a family. Kate became pregnant and she wanted a home of their own. Tom left Kate at the Hotel del Coronado and he was expected to return on Thanksgiving. Employees of the hotel said Kate looked ashen and sickly and it is later known once she realized Tom wasn't coming back to live their dream life she aborted the child by drinking large amounts of quinine. Five days after checking into the hotel she was found dead on the stairs outside of the hotel that lead to the beach. A housemaid Kate befriended also went missing and her body was never found. Now the two haunt the hotel and Kate's spirit is most strongly felt in her old room, room 3312. See the Site

What do we know as fact? This is actually one haunted location I know a great about and will be sharing more detailed information about this haunting in a separate article. This is one location I hold near and dear being one that I have spent a great deal of time researching. What we know as fact is that this is a case that has garnered a great deal of attention and has had several books penned in its honor. Kate Morgan did check into the Hotel del Coronado, she was found dead on the steps of the hotel November 29, 1892 and her death was ruled a suicide.

Thoughts: This is one haunting that has been well-documented by multiple, reliable sources and many have felt the paranormal energy in the hotel and around the location of her death.