Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Ghost Hunters (S02E22) Estes Park, CO - Shining Hotel Reveal

Visit: for Paranormal News and Information. At the hotel, the team meets concierge Billy Ward, who takes them on a tour of its haunted spots. In the McGregor Room, a cook heard a party going on while the room was empty and two employees saw a figure appear between them as they talked. A maid named Mrs. Wilson died in room 217, where Stephen King and his wife found their clothes and luggage had been rearranged during their absence. On the fourth floor, children have been seen playing in the corridor. In the lobby, Billy has seen books fly off the shelves. Billy takes them to room 1312, where a housekeeper discovered lamps and pictures on the floor of a room that had just been cleaned. He tells them of a window on the third floor opening closing by itself, and about a homeless woman who haunts the concert hall, where unexplained shrieking has been heard. Night one: In the McGregor Room, Jason and Grant record with the thermal camera something moving near the door. In room 412, Brian and Steve see shadows as the door and bed shake. While Jason sleeps in room 401, he hears a closet door open and notices a glass has shattered. Night two: Brian hears a man's voice as he sets up a camera in room 1312. Jason and Grant debunk the headboard rattling in room 412 by figuring out that wind from the open window shakes it. Brian and Steve trace high EMF readings in the McGregor Room to an electrical box in the basement below. In the Billiards Room (where parties have ...
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The Hotel Provincial is known for its residual hauntings that apparently date back to the Civil War, when Building Number 5, formerly used as an ice house, was converted into a temporary infirmary for wounded soldiers. Building Number 5 is part of the current hotel and it is possible to request a room in this section. Activity has been reported in other parts of the hotel as well, including the large gated entrance from Chartres Street.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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