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Haunted Hotels: Get Spooked for Halloween

October 25, 2013

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Forget the haunted house. Those looking for a ghostly encounter this Halloween can get up close and personal with departed spirits in the luxury of a hotel room. Because who says you shouldn’t have room service while you’re feeling spooked? These hotels across the country allegedly have some very active poltergeist activity – so prepare for some chills and thrills on your next overnight stay.

The Biltmore Coral Gables, Miami

Biltmore Coral Gables, Miami Biltmore Coral Gables, Miami

Originally opened as a playground for the rich in 1926, the Biltmore Coral Gables is not only luxurious and elegant, but is also believed to be quite haunted. The (unlucky) 13th floor served as a speakeasy during Prohibition, when the hotel saw its first premature death: Gangster Thomas “Fatty” Walsh was shot and killed at a crowded party. Years later, the U.S. government bought the hotel and converted it into a hospital for World War II soldiers, where it saw countless more untimely passings. After being abandoned for several decades, the Biltmore re-opened in the 1980′s as a hotel, and ever since then guests have experienced unexplained noises and visions. The most chilling reports, however, come from those who get dropped off by the elevator on the 13th floor, even when that button is never pushed.

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles

Marilyn Monroe (one of many celebrities to stay at the Roosevelt) posed for her first ad on the hotel’s diving board (long gone, though the pool remains). The ghost of Monroe is said to have appeared in a mirror that once hung in her poolside suite (the suite can be rented, but the mirror is no longer displayed). Montgomery Clift’s ghost apparently haunts the hotel as well, pacing back and forth on the ninth floor.

Omni Parker House, Boston

Omni Parker House, Boston Omni Parker House, Boston

You can’t walk two feet without stumbling over some historical artifact or the site of a ghostly encounter at the Parker. With gentle prodding, guest services manager Seamus Murphy, who’s worked for the hotel for over 30 years, will regale guests with tales of the 19th-century whiskey salesman’s ghost who lives in the closet of room 303 and plants booze-soaked kisses on slumbering female guests.

Algonquin Hotel, New York City

Algonquin Hotel, New York City Algonquin Hotel, New York City

A 181-room Midtown West landmark where The New Yorker magazine was founded, the Algonquin uses old-world style, tuxedo-clad waiters, and an in-house cat to attract quiet couples, business travelers, and the occasional Nobel laureate these days. But back in the day, it hosted members of the infamous Round Table, the 1920s’ literary group with members such as Dorothy Parker and Alexander Woollcott — and some would argue it still does. Numerous guests and staffers have reported seeing Round Table members roaming the dining room and lobby, and a psychic medium confirmed the presence of spirits in the hotel.

The Marshall House, Savannah

The Marshall House, Savannah The Marshall House, Savannah

Opened in 1851 — and standing as the oldest hotel in Savannah — the Marshall House has had its fair share of unexplained phenomena. Also used as a hospital in between stints as a hotel, the Marshall House witnessed thousands of deaths throughout the Civil War and two yellow fever epidemics. The property was renovated and re-opened as a hotel in 1999, but old haunts lingered: Many guests report strange noises and the feeling of cold hands around their wrists, as if nurses are taking their temperatures. The hotel embraces its mysterious energy and even urges guests to take haunted walking tours of the city, where the Marshall House is one of the most popular stops along the route.

Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington D.C.

Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington D.C. Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington D.C.

The Ghost Suite was originally occupied by the wealthy Henry Doherty — a minority shareholder of the hotel — and his wife after the hotel opened in 1930. The family’s live-in housekeeper, and later the Doherty’s adopted daughter, both died mysteriously in the suite, and allegedly haunt it to this day. Televisions and lights have apparently turned on suddenly in the middle of the night, housekeeping carts have been moved, and numerous complaints of noise from unoccupied rooms have been reported.

Jailhouse Inn, Rhode Island

Jailhouse Inn, Newport Jailhouse Inn, Newport

Originally built in 1772, the Jailhouse Inn occupies what used to be the old Newport County Jail. In keeping with the jail theme, the inn features interesting little artifacts and details throughout, such as iron bars over the lobby front desk, framed articles about famous criminals, and signs directing guests to “solitary” and various “cell blocks.” Stories abound of ghosts visiting the Jailhouse, so if you keep your eyes open perhaps you’ll see one too — especially if you stay on the third floor. Guests have felt cool gusts of wind when it’s hot outside and no windows are open, and others have heard whispering voices that can’t be explained.

Bourbon Orleans Hotel, New Orleans

Bourbon Orleans Hotel, New Orleans Bourbon Orleans Hotel, New Orleans

The Bourbon Orleans in the Big Easy has a colorful history. Originally built as a ballroom and theater, the Bourbon was converted into a convent in the late 1800s, with areas of the building serving as a girls’ school, a medical ward, and an orphanage. Many guests have noted the sounds of the children and adult females throughout the hallways, including a young girl who likes to roll a ball down the hall on the sixth floor. Guests have also reported seeing ghostly visions of nuns.

The Hay-Adams, Washington D.C.

The Hay-Adams, Washington, D.C. The Hay-Adams, Washington, D.C.

The Hay-Adams was built in 1927, for the not-too-modest sum of $900,000, over the former homes of best friends John Hay (Abraham Lincoln’s private secretary and later a secretary of state) and Henry Adams (the author and descendant of John and John Quincy). Supposedly, the ghost of Adams’ wife, who committed suicide on this site in 1885, still walks the halls, trailed by the scent of mimosa.

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242 Responses to “Haunted Hotels: Get Spooked for Halloween”

  1. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    I heard they have valet parking only that is around $30 a day or something…I was just wondering if there was any better places for parking right nearby or if they have actual free parking? Anyone know exactly how much the parking is anyways?

    Reply

  2. Monique Spalding Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  3. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I grew up in Ohio and there were many places that were said to be Haunted or Places to go to or visit. Is there a Haunted Place in Your State or Country? Share it with Me and Tell Me about it.

    Reply

  4. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  5. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    I’m staying at the Roosevelt Hotel but I don’t really know the area or anything, what are the best malls?

    Reply

  6. Amy Lemaster Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  7. Cecilia Osburn Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  8. Patty Guest Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  9. Christy Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  10. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  11. Melissa Nason Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  12. Amy Lemaster Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  13. Eberhard Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  14. Melisa Klenke Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  15. Noemi Madero Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  16. Stella Sotelo Says:

    Yes, I do believe in ghosts. And I’ve contacted loved ones before but never celebrities. How can I try to talk to Marilyn Monroe and have it successful? I know at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood her ghost is there, but I don’t live near California and don’t plan on going anytime soon. I’d love to talk to her, well not talk to her but just do something. How do I contact Marilyn from the dead?

    Reply

  17. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I work at the Roosevelt hotel in Hollywood. I work as a valet.

    So today, this absolutely beautiful gay man came through the doors. He gave me his room number and we snuck into a hotel room. We barebacked each other and he called a guy who was staying next to us and we all took turns doing each other.
    I am not gay btw. Yes, I live in weho and I do have a boyfriend.

    Reply

  18. Margery Degarmo Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  19. Annette Cutter Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  20. Carrie Major Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  21. Marcie Thach Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  22. Annette Cutter Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  23. Carrie Major Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  24. Patty Guest Says:

    I am visiting Los Angeles for the first time, I am only going to be there for a long weekend. I am interested in taking a tour of the city. I am interested in seeing the Hollywood sign, Graumans Chinese Theater and other Historical landmarks. I am less interested in seeing movie stars homes. I also wanted to take a tour of one of the movie studios, the Warner Bros. VIP tour seems interesting. I am open to suggestions, there are so many companies I am trying to find the best one for a decent price.

    Reply

  25. Molly Griego Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  26. Janet Somerville Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  27. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  28. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  29. Desmarais Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  30. Patty Guest Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  31. Harriett Legler Says:

    We’re going to be in LA for 20 days this summer, and I want some hotel names to give to my dad, I want them to be absolutely marvelous, preferably the BEST in that area.
    Where do celebrities stay when they come to LA (if they don’t already live there of course)? It would be pretty cool to stay at a hotel where celebs check in and out of everyday haha.
    Please help, I need a really good hotel with good restaurants, great service, and practical location.

    Thank you.

    Reply

  32. Stella Sotelo Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  33. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  34. Joanne Mefford Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  35. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  36. Joanne Mefford Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  37. Louisa Ellman Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  38. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  39. Anne Felton Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  40. Melisa Klenke Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  41. Desmarais Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  42. Janet Somerville Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  43. Elyn Patchman Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  44. Deborah Holliday Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  45. Marcie Carew Says:

    What are some restaurants that you can eat at for breakfast in Hollywood that are really good?

    You can make a list if you want to.
    It can be a hot spot and/or a place where celebrities go to.

    Reply

  46. Desmarais Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  47. Janet Somerville Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  48. Elyn Patchman Says:

    Ok so my girlfriend and I have chosen to Travel to Los Angeles for our first trip to the states in August 2013. We are flying in on the 4th and we are spending 4 days in Hollywood. Now our travel agent has told us that she recommends the Roosevelt hotel purely because of its location in Hollywood being right across from bus departures and right on the walk of fame. However I looked it up and have seen incredibly mixed reviews, some people were very happy with it, some were disgusted. Can anyone give me a good, unbiased rundown on this hotel, or recommend another hotel in the same good location?? Would hate for our first trip to America to be dampened by a bad hotel experience. Also, we’ll then be spending 2 nights in Anaheim to hit disneyland, followed by 2 nights in Santa Monica. Any hotel recommendations for these areas???

    Reply

  49. Harriett Legler Says:

    Or has anyone just visited it?
    It’s a beautiful hotel, but it gives me quite an eerie feeling. I couldn’t stay longer than 45 minutes because that feeling got so intense. Anyone feel the same way?

    Reply

  50. Serena Frieden Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  51. Elyn Patchman Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  52. Joanne Mefford Says:

    Ok so my girlfriend and I have chosen to Travel to Los Angeles for our first trip to the states in August 2013. We are flying in on the 4th and we are spending 4 days in Hollywood. Now our travel agent has told us that she recommends the Roosevelt hotel purely because of its location in Hollywood being right across from bus departures and right on the walk of fame. However I looked it up and have seen incredibly mixed reviews, some people were very happy with it, some were disgusted. Can anyone give me a good, unbiased rundown on this hotel, or recommend another hotel in the same good location?? Would hate for our first trip to America to be dampened by a bad hotel experience. Also, we’ll then be spending 2 nights in Anaheim to hit disneyland, followed by 2 nights in Santa Monica. Any hotel recommendations for these areas???

    Reply

  53. Opal Morrill Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  54. Anne Felton Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  55. Patty Guest Says:

    Was it really thought to be haunted?

    Reply

  56. Marcie Carew Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  57. Maggie Saucier Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  58. Louisa Ellman Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  59. Serena Frieden Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  60. Marcie Carew Says:

    I am new to being an event coordinator and I am in search for a Hotel in Southern California mainly Los Angeles where we can hold a meeting in a ballroom then have an afterparty in a club located inside.HELPPPP!!!

    Reply

  61. Joanne Mefford Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  62. Opal Morrill Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  63. Desmarais Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  64. Marcie Thach Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  65. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  66. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  67. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  68. Amy Lemaster Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  69. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  70. Patty Guest Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  71. Lola Lockwood Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  72. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  73. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  74. Louisa Ellman Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  75. Elinor Sturgell Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  76. Cecilia Osburn Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  77. Abbey Spencer Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  78. Kathleen Frias Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  79. Joanne Mefford Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  80. Noemi Madero Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  81. Melissa Nason Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  82. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    coming to los angeles where is a safe hotel to stay in a safe area?

    Reply

  83. Gloria Hester Says:

    My husband and I will be vacationing in Hollywood for our four year anniversary. We are looking to stay for five nights in May 2011. Activities of interest include; Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier and taping of a TV show in Burbank. I’m particular about staying in hotels. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and good service are important to me. I don’t wish to spend more than $225 per night and so far my options seem to be: Beverly Hills Hilton, Hotel Roosevelt and Sofitel. I’m hoping to get advice from someone who lives or has traveled to this area. This maybe my last romantic trip before starting a family and I really want to make it special. Any and all advice about hotel choice, restaurant or attractions is more than welcome. Thank you so much for your time and support.

    I really wish I could stay at the Mondrian but just cant afford 🙁 Maybe once I’m retired…lol!
    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been offering me suggestions. I really think that I’m leaning towards the Sofitel or Hilton. I find it nice that the Sofitel is on restaurant row.

    Reply

  84. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  85. Kathleen Frias Says:

    I am planing to go vacation in L.A. for 2 days in the New Years.
    I would like to find a hotel near shopping centers, or historical themes, such as Hollywood walk of fame. Theme park is not a consideration this time.
    Please suggest some better hotel locations I could choose. Thank you.

    Reply

  86. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  87. Christy Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  88. Amie Wolken Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  89. Amie Wolken Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  90. Janet Somerville Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  91. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  92. Kathleen Frias Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  93. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  94. Annette Cutter Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  95. Lola Lockwood Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  96. Molly Griego Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  97. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  98. Gloria Hester Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  99. Marcie Carew Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  100. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    What is the best hotel to stay in while visiting LA? Price is no object.

    Reply

  101. Carrie Major Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  102. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  103. Patty Guest Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  104. Deborah Holliday Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  105. Desmarais Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  106. Harriett Legler Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  107. Elinor Sturgell Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  108. Melisa Klenke Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  109. Loretta Neale Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  110. Gloria Hester Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  111. Margery Degarmo Says:

    My husband and I will be vacationing in Hollywood for our four year anniversary. We are looking to stay for five nights in May 2011. Activities of interest include; Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier and taping of a TV show in Burbank. I’m particular about staying in hotels. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and good service are important to me. I don’t wish to spend more than $225 per night and so far my options seem to be: Beverly Hills Hilton, Hotel Roosevelt and Sofitel. I’m hoping to get advice from someone who lives or has traveled to this area. This maybe my last romantic trip before starting a family and I really want to make it special. Any and all advice about hotel choice, restaurant or attractions is more than welcome. Thank you so much for your time and support.

    I really wish I could stay at the Mondrian but just cant afford 🙁 Maybe once I’m retired…lol!
    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been offering me suggestions. I really think that I’m leaning towards the Sofitel or Hilton. I find it nice that the Sofitel is on restaurant row.

    Reply

  112. Stella Sotelo Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  113. Gloria Hester Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  114. Marcie Thach Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  115. Elinor Tuten Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  116. Noemi Madero Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  117. Stella Sotelo Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  118. Amie Wolken Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  119. Monique Spalding Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  120. Elinor Tuten Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  121. Desmarais Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  122. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  123. Eberhard Says:

    My husband and I will be vacationing in Hollywood for our four year anniversary. We are looking to stay for five nights in May 2011. Activities of interest include; Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier and taping of a TV show in Burbank. I’m particular about staying in hotels. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and good service are important to me. I don’t wish to spend more than $225 per night and so far my options seem to be: Beverly Hills Hilton, Hotel Roosevelt and Sofitel. I’m hoping to get advice from someone who lives or has traveled to this area. This maybe my last romantic trip before starting a family and I really want to make it special. Any and all advice about hotel choice, restaurant or attractions is more than welcome. Thank you so much for your time and support.

    I really wish I could stay at the Mondrian but just cant afford 🙁 Maybe once I’m retired…lol!
    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been offering me suggestions. I really think that I’m leaning towards the Sofitel or Hilton. I find it nice that the Sofitel is on restaurant row.

    Reply

  124. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  125. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  126. Noemi Madero Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  127. Christy Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  128. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  129. Carrie Major Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  130. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  131. Melissa Nason Says:

    My husband and I will be vacationing in Hollywood for our four year anniversary. We are looking to stay for five nights in May 2011. Activities of interest include; Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier and taping of a TV show in Burbank. I’m particular about staying in hotels. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and good service are important to me. I don’t wish to spend more than $225 per night and so far my options seem to be: Beverly Hills Hilton, Hotel Roosevelt and Sofitel. I’m hoping to get advice from someone who lives or has traveled to this area. This maybe my last romantic trip before starting a family and I really want to make it special. Any and all advice about hotel choice, restaurant or attractions is more than welcome. Thank you so much for your time and support.

    I really wish I could stay at the Mondrian but just cant afford 🙁 Maybe once I’m retired…lol!
    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been offering me suggestions. I really think that I’m leaning towards the Sofitel or Hilton. I find it nice that the Sofitel is on restaurant row.

    Reply

  132. Molly Griego Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  133. Annette Cutter Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  134. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  135. Christy Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  136. Serena Frieden Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  137. Amie Wolken Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  138. Molly Griego Says:

    What is a better room at the hollywood roosevelt hotel? The Cabana Balcony room overlooking the pool or the King Suite with Vip access to the Tropicana bar. My wife is really in to the whole Hollywood deal and I want to make sure I get the best stay possible. Plus, do they charge to park there?

    Reply

  139. Janet Somerville Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  140. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  141. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  142. Patsy Herring Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  143. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  144. Cecilia Osburn Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  145. Melisa Klenke Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  146. Desmarais Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  147. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    stayed there awhile ago and i need to know the name of one person

    Reply

  148. Sonia Gourley Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  149. Loretta Neale Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  150. Carrie Major Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  151. Stella Sotelo Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  152. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  153. Elinor Tuten Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  154. Desmarais Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  155. Carrie Major Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  156. Stella Sotelo Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  157. Deborah Holliday Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  158. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  159. Stella Sotelo Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  160. Stella Sotelo Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  161. Janet Somerville Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  162. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    Is there anyway that I can request a certain floor to stay on? Do I make that request with a reservation or when I’m checking in? Thanks!

    Reply

  163. Elinor Tuten Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  164. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  165. Marcia Hester Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  166. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  167. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  168. Marcie Thach Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  169. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  170. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  171. Elinor Tuten Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  172. Maggie Saucier Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  173. Louisa Ellman Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  174. Harriett Legler Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  175. Tia Zuehlke Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  176. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  177. Amy Lemaster Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  178. Louisa Ellman Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  179. Eberhard Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  180. Eberhard Says:

    Ok so my girlfriend and I have chosen to Travel to Los Angeles for our first trip to the states in August 2013. We are flying in on the 4th and we are spending 4 days in Hollywood. Now our travel agent has told us that she recommends the Roosevelt hotel purely because of its location in Hollywood being right across from bus departures and right on the walk of fame. However I looked it up and have seen incredibly mixed reviews, some people were very happy with it, some were disgusted. Can anyone give me a good, unbiased rundown on this hotel, or recommend another hotel in the same good location?? Would hate for our first trip to America to be dampened by a bad hotel experience. Also, we’ll then be spending 2 nights in Anaheim to hit disneyland, followed by 2 nights in Santa Monica. Any hotel recommendations for these areas???

    Reply

  181. Lola Lockwood Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  182. Louisa Ellman Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  183. Monique Spalding Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  184. Molly Griego Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  185. Elinor Tuten Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  186. Desmarais Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  187. Christy Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  188. Cecilia Osburn Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  189. Loretta Neale Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  190. Carrie Major Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  191. Carrie Major Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  192. Marcie Thach Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  193. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  194. Desmarais Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  195. Amy Lemaster Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  196. Maggie Saucier Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  197. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  198. Janet Somerville Says:

    My husband and I will be vacationing in Hollywood for our four year anniversary. We are looking to stay for five nights in May 2011. Activities of interest include; Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier and taping of a TV show in Burbank. I’m particular about staying in hotels. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and good service are important to me. I don’t wish to spend more than $225 per night and so far my options seem to be: Beverly Hills Hilton, Hotel Roosevelt and Sofitel. I’m hoping to get advice from someone who lives or has traveled to this area. This maybe my last romantic trip before starting a family and I really want to make it special. Any and all advice about hotel choice, restaurant or attractions is more than welcome. Thank you so much for your time and support.

    I really wish I could stay at the Mondrian but just cant afford 🙁 Maybe once I’m retired…lol!
    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been offering me suggestions. I really think that I’m leaning towards the Sofitel or Hilton. I find it nice that the Sofitel is on restaurant row.

    Reply

  199. Gloria Hester Says:

    I want to stay there the night after my wedding before my fiance and I drive to San Clemente… What would be a nice, higher end hotel they have?

    Reply

  200. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  201. Cecilia Osburn Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  202. Anne Felton Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  203. Stella Sotelo Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  204. Elinor Sturgell Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  205. Maggie Saucier Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  206. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  207. Harriett Legler Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  208. Joanne Mefford Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  209. Gloria Hester Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  210. Opal Morrill Says:

    My husband and I will be vacationing in Hollywood for our four year anniversary. We are looking to stay for five nights in May 2011. Activities of interest include; Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier and taping of a TV show in Burbank. I’m particular about staying in hotels. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and good service are important to me. I don’t wish to spend more than $225 per night and so far my options seem to be: Beverly Hills Hilton, Hotel Roosevelt and Sofitel. I’m hoping to get advice from someone who lives or has traveled to this area. This maybe my last romantic trip before starting a family and I really want to make it special. Any and all advice about hotel choice, restaurant or attractions is more than welcome. Thank you so much for your time and support.

    I really wish I could stay at the Mondrian but just cant afford 🙁 Maybe once I’m retired…lol!
    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been offering me suggestions. I really think that I’m leaning towards the Sofitel or Hilton. I find it nice that the Sofitel is on restaurant row.

    Reply

  211. Elinor Tuten Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  212. Deborah Holliday Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  213. Desmarais Says:

    Is there anyway that I can request a certain floor to stay on? Do I make that request with a reservation or when I’m checking in? Thanks!

    Reply

  214. Elyn Patchman Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  215. Amy Lemaster Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  216. Amy Lemaster Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  217. Desmarais Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  218. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  219. Patsy Herring Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  220. Amy Lemaster Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  221. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  222. Carrie Major Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  223. Janet Somerville Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  224. Patsy Herring Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  225. Opal Morrill Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

    Reply

  226. Melisa Klenke Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  227. Marcie Thach Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  228. Stella Sotelo Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  229. Lola Lockwood Says:

    Or has anyone just visited it?
    It’s a beautiful hotel, but it gives me quite an eerie feeling. I couldn’t stay longer than 45 minutes because that feeling got so intense. Anyone feel the same way?

    Reply

  230. Louisa Ellman Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  231. Margery Degarmo Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

    Reply

  232. Melisa Klenke Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

    Reply

  233. Gloria Hester Says:

    +The legend of Loch Ness in Scotland is 1,500 years old. The last reported sighting was in 1998, when it was filmed swimming across the loch

    +Unusual deaths have plagued the cast of the Poltergeist trilogy of films including 12-year-old actress Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock. The theory is that the set was cursed by evil.

    +In 1975 a Bedfordshire family were shocked when a huge chunk of ice fell from the sky, straight through their roof. No explanation has ever been found…

    +The Amityville films of the 70’s, about a house full of ghostly activity were based on a true story.

    +Fishermen in Australia caught a five-and-a-half foot long cod and found a human head in its gut!

    +In 1970, a group of people were arrested at Highgate cemetery for intent to harm…a vampire! The vampire is rumoured to still be around today.

    +In 1982, a chicago women burst into flames for no apparent reason as she walked down the street.

    +Prisoners in a California jail were so spooked by the Ouija board they made that Priests were called in to cast out the demons. The convicts had summoned up spirits, including a women who told them how she was murdered.

    +Multiple witnesses at a house in Enfield, London, claim to have seen poltergeist activity, including chairs moving around by themselves and a girl being thrown across the room.

    +In the 1990’s more than 30 people were axed, hung, burned and mobbed to death in the USA for practising witchcraft.

    +In 1971 a man on a London underground train has an overwhelming urge to pull the emergency stop button. What he didn’t know was that someone had just jumped in front of the train. The driver heard the alarm and stopped just in time!

    +After complaining about the smell in their room, a couple staying in a hotel in the USA discovered the body of a murdered girl under their bed.

    +The most haunted house in Britain is Borley Rectory in Essex. The rectory actually burned dpwn in 1939 but over 2000 ghosts still haunt the area today.

    +Mourners at the funeral of a young Belgian girl were shocked to hear screams from the coffin. She has woken from a coma and was nearly buried alive.

    +A little while ago in Yorkshire, witnesses saw a UFO in the night sky. It was a glowing object that whizzed away amazingly fast.

    +The Australian bird-eating Spider is over 6cm wide and 16cm long- almost the size of a human hand!

    +A young girl in America bet her friends she could spend the night in a cemetry. They found her in the morning dead in the arms of a statue.

    +A girl woke up one night to find her pillow pressed against her face. When she opened her eyes, the pressure stopped. Next day, she found sewing needles stuck in her arm.

    +A man staying in a Welsh hotel was woken by choking noises. He later found out the hotel was the scene of a violent death.

    +A clawed, vampire-like beast that preys on animals has been found in Latin America.

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  234. Loretta Neale Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

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  235. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

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  236. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    im sixteeen & having a hallloween party in a hotel room. i dont want like the regular music that they play in haunted houses but i want something that we can dance to and thats related to halloweeen. please helppp 🙂 thanks!

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  237. Serena Frieden Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

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  238. Margery Degarmo Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

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  239. Elinor Sturgell Says:

    My husband and I will be vacationing in Hollywood for our four year anniversary. We are looking to stay for five nights in May 2011. Activities of interest include; Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier and taping of a TV show in Burbank. I’m particular about staying in hotels. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and good service are important to me. I don’t wish to spend more than $225 per night and so far my options seem to be: Beverly Hills Hilton, Hotel Roosevelt and Sofitel. I’m hoping to get advice from someone who lives or has traveled to this area. This maybe my last romantic trip before starting a family and I really want to make it special. Any and all advice about hotel choice, restaurant or attractions is more than welcome. Thank you so much for your time and support.

    I really wish I could stay at the Mondrian but just cant afford 🙁 Maybe once I’m retired…lol!
    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been offering me suggestions. I really think that I’m leaning towards the Sofitel or Hilton. I find it nice that the Sofitel is on restaurant row.

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  240. Molly Griego Says:

    My husband and I will be vacationing in Hollywood for our four year anniversary. We are looking to stay for five nights in May 2011. Activities of interest include; Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Walk of Fame, Santa Monica Pier and taping of a TV show in Burbank. I’m particular about staying in hotels. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and good service are important to me. I don’t wish to spend more than $225 per night and so far my options seem to be: Beverly Hills Hilton, Hotel Roosevelt and Sofitel. I’m hoping to get advice from someone who lives or has traveled to this area. This maybe my last romantic trip before starting a family and I really want to make it special. Any and all advice about hotel choice, restaurant or attractions is more than welcome. Thank you so much for your time and support.

    I really wish I could stay at the Mondrian but just cant afford 🙁 Maybe once I’m retired…lol!
    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been offering me suggestions. I really think that I’m leaning towards the Sofitel or Hilton. I find it nice that the Sofitel is on restaurant row.

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  241. Tia Zuehlke Says:

    Hi, I again this year will be doing a haunted house as a zombie. But last year I kind of ran into a snag. The place where its done is an abandoned hotel and it was frigid so I had to wear a big coat and it kind of doused my scariness… I was wondering what kind of clothes I could wear to stay warm yet frightening? I was wondering too (I wonder a lot 😐 ) What brand of liquid latex (or zombie-ing makeup in general) would is the best, I’m ordering that stuff soon so I’d like to get something worthwhile. Also if anyone one has tips on how to be creepy it would be fantastic. >:c This year I’ll get those little 11 year olds trying to show off in front of girls. Haha funny thing is, is that the high school guys were pretty spooked.

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