Check out 12 News’ round up 5 of Arizona’s spookiest spots, including, of course, Hotel Congress! See the full article and video here.
From 12 News:
Tucson’s Hotel Congress
Vince checked into the Hotel Congress in 1965 when he got off the Southern Pacific Railroad. He never checked out.
Even though he survived until about 10 years ago, he still haunts room 220, leaving his belongings around.
Plus, John Dillinger’s gang stayed at the hotel on the night of a fire that tore through the third floor in 1934. While nobody was hurt, events immediately after the fire led to his capture.
The hotel bar was Arizona’s first to open after prohibition, and aside from the fire, it’s been running ever since.