Ten Most Haunted Places in Broward County
8. Coyote Ugly Saloon
While the Fort Lauderdale location on 214 SW Second St. closed in 2011, tales of the place being haunted still linger.
Some say the ghost of a woman dressed in Victorian dress frequents the building, floating about the hallways. There's also the story of a Coyote Ugly bouncer falling asleep on the job and being violently nudged awake with a disembodied voice admonishing him to wake up.
The ghostly activity in the building might be even more active now that the bar is closed.
7. Fort Lauderdale Fire and Safety Museum
The fire station, located on 1022 W. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, was erected after the hurricane of 1926 destroyed the previous firehouse. It was named Fire Station 3 and was completed just a year later.
The station was up and running for decades, until it was slated to be demolished in 2001. But the station was preserved and turned into a museum.
Since then, there have been many stories of the building being haunted by the ghosts of firefighters who once served from Fire Station 3. The building has been popular with paranormal investigative teams and ghost hunters.