Rathskeller Room at the Seelbach Hilton Hotel - Wedding Reception





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Uploaded on May 22, 2011

We recently did a video for a wedding reception held in the Rathskeller room at the Seelbach Hilton Hotel in downtown Louisville Kentucky. A very beautiful, old and interesting hotel.

Al Capone was a frequent visitor of the Seelbach and was said to have frequented the Rathskeller Room during the prohibition era.

F. Scott Fitzgerald was another famous visitor to the Seelbach, the hotel itself even played a role in the novel The Great Gatsby, hosting the wedding reception of the characters Tom and Daisy Buchanan.

There have also been numerous purported paranormal sightings at the hotel over the years. The Lady in the Blue Dress, being the most famous. She is reported to have been seen walking into a closed elevator on the 8th floor.

There are also several other reported paranormal activities that seem to originate from the 8th floor in particular. Google: "Lady in the Blue Dress Seelbach", for more ghostly details of the Seelbach Hotel.


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