haunted stanley hotel estes park colorado
The ghostly tales from Colorado’s Stanley Hotel are well-known and well-repeated, thanks in part to the fact that it inspired Stephen King to write The Shining.Now a ghost tour visitor believes that they’ve captured a photograph that lends credence to one of the hotel’s creepier legends.
As the location that inspired The Shining, the Stanley Hotel is notorious for bizarre and unexplained paranormal activity. Each of its 140 rooms holds a secret, each of its walls tells a story. But is that unassuming hotel in Estes Park, Colorado really haunted by the ghosts of its past residents ...
Gates block the 3rd tunnel on Gold Camp Road. Photo Credit: markbyzewski (FlickR) Years ago, this tunnel is said to have collapsed when a school bus collided with it, killing the driver and all of the children aboard.
The devil is lurking in a wooded area about 50 miles south of Greensboro, North Carolina. According to local legend, there's a 40-foot clearing in the pine woods of Chatham County that has allegedly been devoid of vegetation for 300 years. Called the Devil's Tramping Ground, it's believed that the devil comes to this patch of dirt each night to plot evil deeds.