This is a good one. A couple on the tour told me they stayed at the St. Ann Marie Antoinette Hotel in New Orleans. She said the smell of magnolias in the sheets was so strong it woke her up in the middle of the night. She then woke up her husband and said "can you smell that"? He said "what is it"? It dissipated after awhile and they went back to sleep but she said it actually happened twice while they were there. Then she told me that her grandfather who was with the family on the trip hated the hotel. Every time, without fail, whether they let him go first or last, the elevator door would shut on him. 1st theory is that in those days people didn't bath often and really poured on the perfume. 2nd theory, it wasn't that grandpa didn't like the hotel but that the hotel didn't like him!