St. Anthony Hotel

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People have claimed to see strange moving shadows, full-body apparitions and other ghostly occurrences at the St. Anthony hotel. Supposedly the tenth floor has the most activity.

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    Geographic Information

    300 E Travis St
    San Antonio, TX 78205
    United States

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    29.4274891, -98.48967470000002
    Bexar County, Texas
    Nearest Towns:
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    1. This happened to my daughter and me on a trip to San Antonio. We stayed at the St. Anthony hotel. We had a luxury room with separate bathrooms on each side. The beds were squeaky but during the night I saw my daughter get up, go to the restroom on her side of the room, flush it and crawl back into bed. The next morning I asked her how she did that without making the bed squeak and she looked at me funny and said I never got up. Then I realized the “person” I saw get up arose from the right side of the bed plus returned to the right side of the bed but my daughter only slept on the left side of the bed whereas the right side was not even disturbed at ALL.

    2. My mom went to San Antonio (I stayed home at the time) and she had to stay here for 2 nights. On the 1st, she heard scratching on the walls in the middle of the night. My mom asked her friend to look up if it’s haunted. My mom’s friend was shocked and dropped her phone. But they went back to sleep quickly, the next night, they went ghost hunting but they found no ghosts and my mom said to her friend: “This is crap”. Anyone else experience scratching?

    3. I’ve stayed there several times and have always had paranormal experiences. At first, it was a whisper “hey” in my ear while in the lobby followed by 3 tugs on my sweater. Next, 3 taos on my shoulder while alone in the elevator. My room, one time, was on the 5th floor but I went to a Co workers room…the elevator hovered on the 5th floor until I let “them” know I wasn’t getting off. The last time, ALL the lights came on at 3:30 and then shut off when I got up to turn them off. This happened for 2 nights until I asked “them” to please let me sleep. I’ve captured orbs on both still film and video. Items in my room are constantly moved. All in all, it’s the best nights sleep I’ve ever gotten in a hotel

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