Radisson Prince Charles Hotel

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Reports say that this hotel may be closed for business, but the building is said to be haunted by the ghost of Charlotte, a young woman who committed suicide here in the early 1900s. It seems that Charlotte was distraught after finding her new husband in bed with a bridesmaid on the 7th floor, in the honeymonn and presidential suite. She was known to play tricks with the doors and ride to the 8th floor on the elevator around midnight.

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Geographic Information

Address:
450 Hay St
Fayetteville, NC
United States

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GPS:
35.0544305, -78.88331599999998
County:
Cumberland County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Fayetteville, NC (0.3 mi.)
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  1. Victoria Squires  |  

    I am a G.H.O.S.T. hunter and my crew and I would like to investigate with video and audio recording, and maybe even some knock pattern investigations. If you would please, give me a call at (336)242-367seven to give us the okay or a denial. Thank you so much!

  2. I stayed there in 2004. At night I heard loud noises in the room, I turned the light on and the furniture was rearranged differently. I left at 3am because I wanted to get out of there as fast as I could.

  3. I used to be a bartender, bouncer and helped out with maintenance at the Prince Charles. I was doing some painting in the 8th floor ballroom on day. With no one else around I heard someone walking in heel’s across the hardwood floor. I turned, saw that no one was there and just said, “Hi Charlotte.” It was a great experience, that just seemed to give credence to the stories of Charlotte.

    • Agreed Curtis. I would be cleaning the brass on the 1st/2nd floor railings on the fourier on the graveyard shift and the elevator would go from the 1st floor to the 2nd, stay open for a good 25 seconds even after beeping and go back to the 1st floor and open as if someone was holding the elevator and the let off on the 1st floor when no one was around there to use the elevators. It all happened at 2am on the dot every morning. Or how the elevators NEVER worked during weddings even if repaired that day but worked any other event that was held. I would sit at the desk and say “Charlotte, let them be happy now stop it” and laugh it off.

  4. I am part a paranormal investigations group and would love to be able to get in touch with someone that can give us the okay and permission to go inside and investigate with digital pictures, audio recorders, EMF readers, laser grid, night vision and infrared imagery. Please feel free to contact me at marksgirl21@yahoo.com or the group at: sspi.investigations@gmail.com, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Southern-Spirits-Paranormal-investigations-of-NC or at 910-665-9637.

  5. i used to work across the street at the police station night shift. it is quite the ominous feeling and i always felt as if i was being watched from the top floor as i walked to my car.

    i wanted to walk around inside and contacted the new owner of the prince charles… who acquired through auction held early jan 2015. the owner is the son of the original contractor that built the prince charles. he was to get back in touch with me about a tour because at the time he was uncertain if insurance would cover tours (disrepair and alot of debris)

    the hotel is supposed to be renovated and converted to apartments.

  6. I worked there from 1999 to 2001. The hotel is definitely haunted. I was just in there a few days ago. The hotel is vacant but is under new ownership. The old girl is in horrible shape but she’s about to get some renovations.

  7. I want to go tour in there, its a beautiful hotel and I would love to see some history and maybe a ghost. I feel her pain, I’ve never been married but I have been cheated on so I know How it feels and for a best friend to sleep with your husband its a double betrayal. Poor woman never got the closure she wanted especially commiting suicide if shes still walking around in there and all the pain and hurt still bothers her.

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