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Decebal Hotel Ghost

Definition: The Decebal Hotel Ghost is a modern day ghost story where one construction site dug up some unwanted spirits.

 

The Decebal Hotel Ghost first came to light in 2008, when a photo was snapped of her by a tourist named Victoria Iovan. People have asked, why does this ghost haunt the Decebal Hotel? Well, before Victoria Iovan made her trip to the hotel, there was construction. We've seen lots of situations where a new build has caused an increase in spirit activity. A lot of times, there'll be new construction that will stir up a whole new crop of ghosts.

It's not unusual, because, let's look at it this way, ghosts were people and many people do not like change. It's said that there's treasure buried underneath the Decebal Hotel and whether because of a traumatic incident or whether this ghost simply feels that it needs to guard the treasure, it keeps coming back to haunt the Decebal again and again.

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