America's Most Haunted Hotels: Checking in with Uninvited Guests by Jamie Davis Whitmer

America's Most Haunted Hotels: Checking in with Uninvited Guests - Jamie Davis Whitmer
Phantom footsteps pace the stairs at the Myrtles Plantation. A seductive spirit tugs on the sheets at the Copper Queen. Ghost children whisper and giggle at the Kehoe House. Journey into the mysterious world of haunted hotels, where uninvited guests roam the halls, supernatural sounds ring throughout the rooms, and chills run along the spines of those who dare to check in for the night.

Join Jamie Davis Whitmer, author of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums, as she explores some of the most haunted hotels across the United States. From the Jerome Grand Hotel in Arizona to the Palmer House in Minnesota, each hotel is discussed in great detail, covering everything from the building’s history and legends to first-hand accounts of spooky sounds and smells, ghost sightings, EVP sessions, and more. You’ll also find photos, travel information, and everything else you need to plan your own visit to these iconic hotels.
*I've got this book from NetGalley in exchange of an honest review*

This book was just OK to me. I liked that there were a lot of useful information about the hotels for those who want to visit them. Actually it reminded me more of a catalog for tourists, than the actual book. There were a little bit of history, a little bit of witnesses reports, a little bit of everything, like in some kind of advertisement brochure.

But overall I was a little disappointed, because I expected more compelling evidence, than just some cold feeling spot or the feeling that you are watched. Maybe I was spoiled, because I saw a lot of shows where ghost hunting teams gave us more evidence in the same places. So these stories was just meh for me.

Do I recommend this book ? I guess you can try to read it.