Creepy Hotel Mexico

creepy hotel mexico

creepy hotel mexico

Few recent mysteries have inspired more debate than the bizarre 2013 death of Elisa Lam, who was filmed acting strangely by surveillance footage in an elevator at Los Angeles’s Cecil Hotel before her nude body was found inside a water tank on the hotel’s roof.The exact circumstances surrounding Lam’s death remain unknown, but it’s far from the only strange mystery to take place at a ...

This creepy abandoned hotel, the Castaneda Hotel, in Las Vegas, New Mexico (the original Vegas of the Old West) was built in 1898.It was the first of the Harvey Houses, a chain of hotels built by Fred Harvey specifically to appeal to tourists traveling the United States by railroad.

The growth of Airbnb and similar digital accommodation platforms is cause for concern among hoteliers in the Riviera Nayarit, where a local tourism official says there are 16,000 hotel rooms and a ...

Hotel Parq Central. Visitors to Albuquerque’s high-end Hotel Parq Central and its Instagram-worthy rooftop cocktail lounge, Apothecary, might not be aware of its history as a location for haunted happenings.

"I went to Panama's former penal colony, Coiba Island, for work and got to go on a tour to the prison there. It's now been taken back by the jungle, but there's one block, the maximum security ...

Still, it may seem a little unsettling, even creepy to know Facebook is tracking your movements and using the information in this way. If you want to avoid getting friend suggestions for nearby ...

9:00 AM - 16mm FILM: MONSTERS WE'VE KNOWN AND LOVED.It's our traditional opening short film. A documentary produced back in 1964. A look at the classics from the early days through the eyes of 1964.

Opening in 1981, the House of the Bulgarian Communist Party was the center of Bulgarian politics during the Soviet Era, but with the fall of the Iron Curtain less than a decade later came the ...

The walking tour of Guanajuato starts at the Plaza de La Paz (Plaza of Peace) the central square and administrative centre of Guanajuato. The triangular Plaza is flanked on two sides by colonial architecture with the third side dominated by the yellow Basilica of Guanajuato.

The theatre was inaugurated on 27 October 1903 by President Porfirio Diaz but the heyday of the Teatro Juarez was a few years later between 1907 and 1910 when patrons would travel from all over the state to view the latest performances.

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