The Ghosts Of The Biltmore Greensboro Hotel

The Biltmore Greensboro Hotel has a storied past. The building was built by famed architect Orlo Epps for Moses and Casear Cone. It was the...


The Biltmore Greensboro Hotel has a storied past. The building was built by famed architect Orlo Epps for Moses and Casear Cone. It was the first building in downtown Greensboro completely wired for electricity, faceted with indoor plumbing, and also the home of Greensboro's first automatic electric elevator. In the 1920s, folks claim it became a brothel run by a widow named Ava Taylor. Over the years, several people have died there, and maybe one or two were killed there. There are numerous ghosts roaming the halls and rooms of the Biltmore Greensboro Hotel. General Manager Brian Coleman was gracious enough to tell us about the ghosts and show us around the hotel.

You can listen to our 38-minute interview with Coleman below.


The stairwell where many people have been pushed
Lydia's room
Phillip's room
General Manager Brian Coleman

What To Know Before You Go

GPS Coordinates: (36.070170, -79.791210)
Location: 111 West Washington Street, Greensboro

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