Strange happenings and unexplained paranormal activity are often reported at:
THE JEROME GRAND HOTEL
in Jerome, Arizona. The second and third floors are reported to be the most active and home to several ghosts and hauntings.
During our stay, my daughter and I experienced strange phenomenon. She captured orbs outside the hotel.
A former hospital and asylum, the haunting JEROME GRAND HOTEL in Jerome, Arizona is a step back in time. Paranormal activity is reported especially on the 2nd & 3rd floors.
A strange mist or vortex below was captured not far from the San Fernando Cathedral and adjacent cemetery in downtown San Antonio. The streamlike misty arms were not seen when the picture was taken.
The lobby elevator at THE TREMONT HOTEL.
This photograph was taken during the GHOST TOUR of GALVESTON ISLAND
Is this the Apparition of "the salesman" who was murdered next door to the Tremont Hotel in the late 1800's?
THE MOOD RAILROAD STATION OFF "THE STRAND."
During the 1920's , a woman jumped to her death from the sixth floor. Her body landed on the metal canopy. She is said to haunt the sixth floor.
The photo lab, unaware of the story could not explain the mysterious red looking orb in the photo and said they were unable to remove it.
THE SOURCE IS NOT FROM A TRAFFIC LIGHT
An unexplainable mist appeared in the lobby of THE MENGER HOTEL late at night, long after guests had gone to sleep.
This beautiful hotel is walking distance from THE ALAMO, where many soldiers perished during its famous battle.
The beautiful and historic MENGER HOTEL of San Antonio, is believed to be home to many restless spirits, including a housekeeper named "Sally" who died more than a century ago. She has been seen cleaning in the hallways.
This side image of a ghostlyface appears on the lower righthand side of the photo. The lobby elevator opens and shuts at will. The hotel is believed to be haunted like many historic buildings on "THE STRAND."
THE TREMONT HOTEL
GALVESTON ISLAND, TEXAS
Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, centers around the ranch and plantation home of famous country western singer Loretta Lynn. Her property is the site of a skirmish that took place during the civil war. 19 soldiers lost their lives and are said to be buried on the property.
On the lower left of the photo is a ghostly apparition believed to be a civil war soldier walking across the pasture.