Barbee Hotel - Warsaw IN Real Haunt
- 3620 N Barbee Road
- Warsaw, IN
In the 1920's this hotel was a high-class resort and popular spot for celebrities and Chicago gangsters to get away from the city. Al Capone was one of those guest who would stay in Room 301 and buy out the entire hotel. Many claim it is haunted by mobster Al Capone and other gangsters who frequented the place.
Hotel staff have reported sightings, photos taken at the hotel to include orbs, and the sound of a female voice wailing at night that is believed to be that of a gangster's girlfriend who was murdered in the hotel. Even Rita Hayworth's spirit is said to live here, appearing as a faint light outside the building.
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Ghosts and Pizza
Being a new resident of Indiana we decided to look for historical places to dine.
We were at a table and I decided to film the inside while we waited for our order . The next day I reviewed the footage. There was something bigger than orb that literally danced around our table . It was so exciting to see an actual ghost . I still have the footage and show it often to people wanting a unique dining experience. Posted 4/25/21
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