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The Elstun's Ghost Hunt healing favorite: The Stanley
One of the best Paranormal experiences was our
midnight ghost Adventure at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park. I was still
semi-crippled with my ACL knee injury and hobbling but our group of other ghost
finders were considerate and I made it through. In fact there is a healing
agent of some kind in the soil that the Stanley sits on. That's why it was
built in the first place. I was so much better after this experience I was able
to go horseback riding the next day.
The Elstun's Ghost Hunt favorite:
Dave and I like to get down and dirty! We ghost hunt
as a hobby. We stroll through cemeteries, enjoy root cellars and abandoned
hotels. We love haunted houses but more than anything we love finding portals
to other dimensions.
The most activity we have ever experienced was
backstage at the Birdcage Theatre in Tombstone Arizona. It brought me to tears,
literally. Stay tuned, that story will come.
Denver has it's own active portal with as much energy
as the Birdcage at the historic Riverside Cemetery just north of the city.
Johnny Depp sees dead people -- here, at the Mackay Mansion
Built in 1860, the Italianate-style mansion was once the home of one of Virginia
City’s “silver kings” who made his fortune on the Comstock Lode -- the first
major discovery of silver ore in the US. Wander through the restored rooms of
John Mackay’s old home -- now a museum -- and you may not find yourself alone.
When Johnny Depp stayed at the mansion while filming Dead Man
, a little girl dressed in all-white
paid him a visit.
L.E Hammond, a Californian tourist, claimed in 1937 to have found a stone inscribed by Eleanor Dare. He took it to Emory University
, Atlanta, where it was examined by Dr Haywood Jefferson Pearce, Jr., professor of American history. It stated on one side that Eleanor's husband and daughter were dead, and asked the finder to communicate this to her father:
“Ananias Dare & Virginia
went hence vnto heaven 1591.”
On the other side it states:
“Anye Englishman Shew John White Govr
Underworld, also known as Hades, was hidden deep in the earth and was the
kingdom of the dead. It was the location of the afterlife in Greek mythology. It is not to be
confused with the god, Hades
Geographically, the Underworld was considered to have been surrounded by
five rivers: the Acheron (river of woe), the Cocytus (river of lamentation), the
Phlegethon (river of fire), the Styx (river of unbreakable oath by which the
gods took vows and hatred), and the Lethe (river of forgetfulness).