Also in Bisbee is the Oliver House . a bed and breakfast that can boast five different ghosts. The house was built in 1909 by Edith Ann Oliver, the wife of a local mine official. It was used originally as mine offices and later became a boarding house before its present incarnation as an inn. According to those who have stayed here, footsteps can be heard roaming the hallways at night and the sound of water running in pipes that don’t exist can often be heard. Most of the strange activity occurs around Room 13. In 1920, a man named Nat Anderson was shot and killed in the hallway outside of this room.
In Douglas, the Gadsen Hotel is home to a headless ghost who has been seen in the hallways and in the basement. The five-story hotel was built in 1907 and later burned, only to be rebuilt in 1929. In 1988, it was restored and it was at about this time that the ghost started showing up. Employees, staff members and guests alike have seen a rather startling apparition wearing old-fashioned, khaki army clothing and with a cloth cap perched on its headless shoulders. No one knows who this ghost might be but he certainly makes an impression when he is sighted! Continue reading
That can attract fans of the unknown and the supernatural more than medieval castles?
That can attract fans of the unknown and the supernatural more than medieval castles? Only locks with ghosts! Don’t believe in ghosts? Perhaps, visiting these places will change your view.
1. Warwick castle in England
Built in the eleventh century by William the Conqueror, the castle saw more battles than any other in Europe – so much of the violence took place in its halls. The most mystical place recognized as the “Ghost tower”, which has become home to the Ghost of sir Greville Fulke of. He was murdered by his own servant in 1628, and now each night emerges from his portrait hanging on the wall in the tower. Dungeon – another habitat of ghosts in the castle. Many complain of nausea and weakness when touching rusty lattice and devices for torture. Continue reading
04 August 2014 the Popularity is very fickle. Tourist centres and popular resorts, like people, live and die. Here we will talk about five once-popular and now – forgotten centers of tourism in different countries:
The Grossinger hotel, USA is the victim of fickle fashion
In 1919, near new York city was founded one of the most popular U.S. ski resorts. Grossinger immediately became a refuge for wealthy businessmen, stars of show business and sport. Here liked to rest a famed American boxer rocky Marciano. Recollections of the noble guests of the hotel, as it is believed, was written the script of the legendary movie “Dirty dancing”. Here rested 150 thousand rich visitors per year. Snowless winter of 1950, a huge area of the resort, which housed 35 different buildings and even an airport, covered with artificial snow.
But fashion is changeable, was a fashion and expensive resorts in the old style. The younger generation of Americans began to attract the exotic beaches in the tropics and ski resorts in Europe. In 1986, the Grossinger Hotel was closed. Here sometimes bump lovers of extreme tourism and just looters hunting for household items 60-ies. Continue reading