That’s the Spirit: Hotel del Coronado offers guided ghost tours all about the mysterious Kate Morgan

She checked into the iconic hotel on Nov. 24, 1892 — but never really checked out.

Kate Morgan Hotel Del Coronado

An undated, historical photo of the “beautiful stranger,” Kate Morgan.

Photo via Hotel del Coronado

The fate of Kate. 💔

Hotel del Coronado is offering a 45-minute guided ghost tour that explores the story of Kate Morgan — the beautiful but “sorrowful” young woman who infamously checked into The Del on Thanksgiving Day 1892 but, “after five lonely days,” wound up taking her own life at the resort.

Kate Morgan Hotel del Coronado guest registry

Kate Morgan checked into The Del under the alias “Mrs. Lottie A. Bernard” of Detroit.

Photo via Hotel del Coronado

To this day, it is believed that her ghost roams the property — especially her room, 3327, which also happens to be the hotel’s most requested guestroom. Hotel hallways, the shoreline + the resort’s gift shop are also sites of reported sightings. 👀

For $30, a guide will walk you through the mystery of Morgan’s death + other spirits rumored to haunt the hotel. The Haunted Happenings Tour is available Sunday-Thursday at 7 p.m., and Friday + Saturday at 9 p.m. Pro tip: Attendees must be age 12+, and make sure you reserve your spot online ahead of time.

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