stanley hotel orbs
GHOSTS PHOTO GALLERY. He also sent us several others of Orbs floating around the hotel at different times. To see them p lease visit here. The Stanley Hotel is a majestic 138-room Georgian hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. Located within sight of the Rocky Mountain National Park, the Stanley offers panoramic views of the Rockies.
Brief video of ghostly 'orbs' filmed during our stay at The Stanley Hotel Estes Park, CO June 01-02 2009. The 4th floor is haunted by the ghosts of former patrons of the hotel: Room 401 by an ...
Here's where you're most likely to spot a ghost at The Stanley Hotel. The hotel features 420 rooms plus ballrooms, dining areas, and an underground cave system (more on that, later!) The hotel’s most famous stunt, perhaps, was creeping out horror writer Stephen King -- so much so that he penned The Shining.
# FanVideo Check out this mysterious video full of "orbs" from our recent Stanley Hotel guest J. Huskey. # ExperienceTheStanley Share your Stanley Experience! Related Videos. Pitbull Passion. Please watch what you are feeding your dogs! Look What she found in her treats! Check o...
Spooky tales from Colorado's Stanley Hotel are well-known, but now one of the hotel's most famous ghosts, "Lucy", may have been captured on film for the first time.
A word about Orbs, they do exist. I have seen a few of them with my naked eyes over the years. The Stanley Hotel sits on a deposit of Quartz and is an extremely active site.
The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado The picture below shows Alex the tour guide outside of room 401 and on his foot is what may be a "ghost orb." Ghost orbs are considered by some to be ghosts that appear as glowing balls in photographs.
Orbs in the corridors of the Stanley Hotel GailMarie: This is one of my Top Bucket List items. I want to stay here and do Ghost Hunting. I so Believe in Spirts and Ghost.
Forty years after ‘The Shining’ first terrified the world, a sleepover at the hotel that inspired Stephen King’s novel reveals echoes of the phantom guests it is known for. And it was a little over 40 years ago that Stephen King, his wife Tabitha, and their three-year-old son travelled from Boulder, Colorado, up to the Rocky Mountains National Park. Because of heavy snowfall, they were forced to turn back and overnight in Estes Park, 7,500 feet above sea level, at The Stanley: said to be America’s most haunted hotel.