San Juan, Puerto Rico - Old Condado Beach Hotel and Casino
This was a very old structure build at the turn of the
century by Vanderbilt and now closed. Employees working the night shift always
were spooked when around the area of the service elevator on the sixth floor.
Security personnel when bumping into room service or house keeping employees
always used to scare each other on this floor. Something that never happened on
other floors. This being that as soon as you stepped on this floor you felt the
strangest overpowering feeling you have ever experienced. It was a combination
of sadness and evil all together in one. This was because of the haunting of
the Lady in White. It was said that she was a relative of one of the victims of
the Dupont Plaza fire. And could not take the tragic death of a loved one in
that fire and threw herself down the shaft of the service elevator of the
Condado Beach. Employees would either encounter the Lady in White in the rooms,
or walking down the hallways. And when not seen you would be able to feel her
presence or smell a ladies perfume in the area.