The Geiser Grand Hotel was reopened in 1998, but spirits from it’s heyday in the early 1900s still wander the halls.
The Decay of Igloo City, Alaska
When asked why he would build his hotel in Alaska, the owner said in response,”You wouldn’t put an igloo hotel in Kansas or Egypt, would you?”
Avalanche Specters in the Cascade Tunnel in Washington
We’re looking into an incident where the snow on the mountain turned deadly and killed nearly 100 people on their way to the next destination by train.
Fires, Floods, and Avalanches at the Monte Cristo Ghost Town
This ghost town in Washington is a popular place to visit, with remarkably well preserved buildings and artifacts left behind that make the difficult trip to get to the Monte Cristo Ghost Town worth the hike.
Bagpipe-Playing Spirits of the Eugene Pioneer Cemetery
Some claim to have seen the bagpipe player, dressed in full Scottish regalia, and watched him disappear into the night in front of their eyes.
The Tale of Fannie and the Van Gilder Hotel in Alaska
The stories about Fannie’s untimely death spread quickly throughout the sleepy Alaskan town.
Reformed Ghosts at Preston Castle in California
Imposing in the romanesque architectural style, which it should be noted has been used for some of the most famous prisons in the turn of the century.
Wailing Spirits of the Georgetown Castle
Today, we’re exploring the Gessner Mansion, more famously known as the “Georgetown Castle.”
Ghost to Coast: Pikes Place Market in Seattle
Before the day was over, every vendor was completely sold out, and that began the legend of Pikes Place Market and turned it into one of the most visited sections of Seattle practically overnight.
Ghost to Coast: The Tillamook Rock Lighthouse in Oregon
The lighthouse was purchased by enterprising undertakers who wished to turn it into a columbarium, a type of cemetery where urns and ashes are stored.