10/8/17

Ghost Photo: The Woman on the Stairs

Here’s another photo from Colorado’s infamously haunted Stanley Hotel. Is the woman in white a ghost?

The picture appeared on Reddit’s r/paranormal where some readers think the photo is paranormal. Others think the “ghost” is merely an ordinary woman who was moving at the time of the photo, thus creating the eerie blur. What do you think?

Located in Estes Park, the Stanley Hotel is reportedly home to several spirits and was the inspiration behind Steven King’s The Shining. Check more more Stanley ghost photos here, here, and here.

Have you captured a ghost on camera? Send your ghost photos to ghostsghoul@gmail.com. 

09/11/17

7 of Colorado’s Most Haunted Places

Colorado is famous for its snow-peaked mountains, stunning river canyons, and picturesque cities, but legend has it ghosts also call the The Centennial State home. From historic hotels to healing hot springs, here are seven of the most haunted places in Colorado.

Cheesman Park – Denver

Cheesman Park was originally a cemetery, but officials eventually decided the location would be better suited as a park. So in 1893, the governing board hired undertaker E.P. McGovern to move the bodies interred there. Disorganized and greedy, McGovern and his crew cut corners and eventually sunk to the level of grave robbers. Many unknown bodies were still in the ground when construction of the park began in 1902. Approximately 2,000 souls remain there today, and legend has it some haunt their final resting place.

Confused, restless spirits reportedly wander around the cemetery, while disembodied moans and whispers frighten visitors. Tales of mysterious children who play in the dark and intense feelings of dread are also common. People who relax on the grass may find that an unseen force will prevent them from getting up.

Molly Brown House – Denver

Margaret “Molly” Brown is known for surviving the Titanic sinking in 1912. The house she and her husband shared now stands as a museum, and rumor has it the couple is still around.

Guests often smell cigar smoke, which is odd as there’s no smoking allowed in the historical museum. Could it be J.J. Brown enjoying a smoke? Molly Brown’s old room is plagued by cold spots, and her apparition has appeared creeping around corners of the house. The Brown’s daughter, Catherine Ellen, died young, but the blinds in her room reportedly raise and lower on their own.

And it’s not just the Brown family that lurks around the museum. A female apparition in Victorian dress also likes to sit at the dining room table, and even rearrange its chairs. Meanwhile, the face of a grumpy manservant appears in a mirror hanging near the first floor stairs.

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01/1/17

Ghost Photo: Staircase Spirit

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This photo taken at the infamous Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado reportedly shows a ghost on the stairs. The photographer, publicist Henry Yau, is quite certain no one was on the steps at the time of the photo. He also reports feeling queasy soon after snapping the picture.

The Stanley Hotel inspired Steven King to write The Shining and is reportedly home to several ghosts, including those pictured here. Do you believe?

Send your ghost photos to ghostsghoul@gmail.com!

03/2/13

Ghost Picture of the Day: Spirit at the Stanley Hotel

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This ghost picture from About.com shows something white and wispy drifting near a door at the infamous Stanley Hotel. The hotel inspired Stephen King to write The Shining, and dozens of spooky tales surround the property. Is this photo evidence of the paranormal? Or does it just show smoke? Here’s another ghost picture from the Stanley Hotel.

Have you caught a ghost on camera? Send your creepy pics to ghostsghoul@gmail.com.