Estes Park, Colorado is home to The Stanley Hotel. While it is most famous for being the inspiration for Stephen King’s Overlook hotel, from the Shining, it is capable of holding its own in terms of creep factor. It is said that almost every room in the hotel has its own level of paranormal activity. The hotel is so charming, it’s almost as if the many spirits that haunt the space enjoy being there. Listen along to hear why this hotel is also called “the Disneyland for ghosts”.

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The History and Haunting of The Stanley Hotel by Rebecca F. Pitman

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