Monday 16 July 2018

Tourist who visited ‘The Shining’ hotel photobombed by 'ghost'

Photo: Instagram/ @ares415Stanley Hotel
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A tourist who visited the main setting for the 1980 horror film ‘The Shining’ has claimed he got an unexpected surprise when he took a photo inside the hotel.

Henry Yau was taking photographs inside Colorado’s Stanley Hotel, of The Shining fame, when he claims he was photobombed.

He took a photo of the empty staircase, but later when he was reviewing the snaps an apparition appeared in one them.

The tourist insists the staircase was completely empty when he took the photo.

“By golly! I think I may have captured a ghost at Stanley Hotel,” he said.

This isn’t the first time a paranormal sighting has been reported at Stanley Hotel.

“After a century of collecting spirits, the hotel has become renowned by specialists and experts in the field of paranormal investigation as one of the nation’s most active sites,” he hotel website says.

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