October 30, 2019
Bill Ott: 1886 Crescent Hotel

From the Gurdon Light to the Boggy Creek Monster, Arkansas is no stranger to paranormal beings and spooky activity, but the 1886 Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs stands above the rest. Dubbed “America’s Most Haunted Hotel,” the Crescent Hotel is said to be home to a number of ghostly residents. 

“Our guests and employees have told us about hundreds of different paranormal encounters and experiences over the years,” said Bill Ott, director of marketing and communications at the Crescent Hotel. “A lot of these stories have been around for the last 130 years that we’ve been here.” 

Ott shared more about the eerie happenings and discoveries at the Crescent Hotel with host Zach Parker on the latest episode of The Ghidotti Podcast, during a tour of the campus. He shared detailed accounts from some of the spirits that have made their presence felt over the years. 

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The Ghidotti Podcast is recorded at the Bobby L. Roberts Library of Arkansas History & Art, which is part of the Central Arkansas Library System. 


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