Discussion in 'Parapsychology' started by nivek, Oct 7, 2017.
Ghosts Photographed at Hotel
That's an unusual ghost image. Obviously it only appeared via the camera because no one is looking at it. The slippers look real. Between the odd lights, mirrors and window the perfect conditions could have illuminated the entity.
It's very unusual, the girl on the stairs shows up in the image well, the other ghost near the woman seems to be moving fast giving off more blur than the girl...
Whatabout the monkey wolf boy sitting by the window? and the distorted head of the person next to it, or the blanket drapped over the left arm on the right... blurred as well...
The hands on the ghost on the stairs appears it would have been pushing something like a stroller, shopping cart or possibly a walker.
Like it doesn't regard the steps as an obstruction?...
Those ghosts really need to get with the program. Check out the address 333 E Wonderview Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517
This looks to be the same stairs in the hotel.
They had one of those maze gardens in the movie the Shining.
Hotels are great places for ghosts to hang out in . They are usually in either the walls or cupboards for some reason . The Fairmont Hotel at Leura New South Wales Australia is one such haunted place it is said that on the 4th floor there is one particular room that guests refuse to sleep in as attested by this commentary.
Reviewed 26 February 2008
Rundown & Haunted!!
It was our first get away after my husband and I got married. We thought it be nice to get out of Sydney.
When we arrived to the Fairmount Hotel we were blown away how beautiful the landscape was. When we walk through into the lobby we felt a weird feeling, it was extremely aerie. Our rooms apparently were refurbished but still looked old. They just installed flat screen TV’s to every room which made a slight difference. The view from our room was amazing. That night whilst we were sleeping weird things occurred to the point we had to ask for another room at 5:30am as we were petrified.
They next morning we asked staff members weather the place was haunted and they said that many guests had complained and that staff had experienced ghosts extra on the 4th floor in the Girlongirl Wing which we happened to be staying in. They changed our rooms without any fuss to another wing and another floor. The next night we had no problems. We were given another room which wasn’t refurbished and honestly I preferred the non refurbished room. The place was rundown but definitely has potential.
On a positive note the staff were brilliant, the golf was amazing and the location was peaceful and picturesque. I recommend eating out in the Leura Village at the French Restaurant and Silks.
If you do stay there just don’t stay in on the 4th floor in the Girlongirl Wing
The Girlongirl Wing?
The boy next to the woman?...
Yep. He must have moved suddenly when the picture was taken, but it made his face look kinda creepy... if he was just a boy...
Maybe the mirrors contribute to their appearance.
Man, that's the most beautiful hotel I've ever seen.
As long as you can only see the ghosts on camera and not face to face, I wouldn't mind staying there for awhile.
If you ever visit the UK there are a ton of Olde world hotels that look like museums and have an ambience all of their own.
Pale’ Hall North Wales.Stayed there last year.Queen Victoria was a guest (Not when I visited)
Or maybe the mirrors assisted in allowing us to see the ghosts, the right lighting reflected around the room to light them up...
If you place two identical mirrors on opposite walls in a hall it creates an artificial infinity. They say you can see things move as if actual people in other dimensions.
My wife Was at the Stanley Hotel.
I will inform her of this topic.
According to her the place is very haunted.
Have you tried this before?...I don't have two mirrors in my house lol...
No, it was something I heard on C2C.
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