love this! I used to live in the bow!
My husband and I have worked there. He can tell you stories of when he was a night man. We also did some EVP this past summer and caught some voices and yes some cold spots. Hotel is a great place!!
You’ve got one of the best webpages.
I was very happy to find this website. I want to to thank you for your time for this fantastic read!!
I definitely enjoyed every little bit of it and i also have you saved to fav to look at new information on your site.
I really need to find someone to talk too. I live with paranormal DAILY. Now my kids father my ex- husband makes amazing things happen. I have evidence that I’ve never seen anyone else have.. Thank you!! 360 689 5887
Excited to see or hear details from our trip. We met you guys and experienced the conversation on porch with Jack London and flashlights.
While visiting the lodge on an impromptu overnight stay we were wondering the halls reading the walls writing. I lost sight of my fiancé, thinking she had walked down the stairs and disrupted the curtails. I distinctly heard very loudly wind chimes in the hall. I located her just around the east corner. I asked if she to had heard the chimes. She said she absolutely had not heard them, thinking she was teasing me I pressed furthers she was adamant that she had not. Has anyone else heard them?
Hello we came to a Laughlin trip and stayed at the Pioneer hotel room #461 and upon entering the room chills ran down my body I felt very very uneasy my mother started crying saying she felt uncontrollable sadness. My sister is a clairvoyant and saw a woman getting beat and raped. The energy was strong near the sink and bathroom area it also was very very cold there compare to the rest of the room we left and asked to be moved because my mother was overwhelmed with sadness she couldn’t control. Does anyone have any history on what happened in room #461 I’m interested in finding out more.
Not in room #461 but my mom did have some similar paranormal activity in room #727 same hotel. She felt someone push her off the bed and someone sitting on the edge of her bed at night but it was nobody she was awake when it happened and no she wasn’t drunk she doesn’t drink.
Omg I was room #728. The bathroom and sink water sounded like they kept turning on when the lights were off. I got such a bad vibe from the bathroom. And I felt like someone was under my bed. When I went to bed I had a nightmare with hands reaching out grabbing me. I also heard a man yelling outside of me and my mothers room. When she opened the door no one was there and the voice stopped instantly. In my nightmare I also heard a man who’s name was dilton saying I should hurt my mom, the next day my mom and I went to eat and the manager and her hit it off, he was so nice and even gave us a huge free cake. When my mom asked his name it was Dilton. Literally never staying there again.
Some friends of mine spent a few summers living in this building back in the 1960s. As the story goes, one night a young woman who was working at the melodrama came for a visit and brought a Ouija board with her, and they decided to hold a little seance up in the ballroom. Apparently the Ouija board sorta went crazy and spelled out “Pearl DeVere is Dead.” Neither of my friends had any idea who Pearl DeVere was, and the girl from the melodrama claimed not to know either. It wasn’t until years later that one of my friends did some research and discovered that Pearl DeVere was a famous prostitute in Cripple Creek who died from a drug overdose, and whose body was prepared at the morgue in the Fairley Brothers & Lampmann building. It’s possible that the girl from the melodrama knew all about Pearl DeVere and was just pulling their legs, but it is a very interesting story!
Would like to visit the house
The place “sounds” intriguing. It looks well-warn. I can only imagine what went on in those rooms! Well, if they could indeed, talk—what a tale of debauchery, corruption, sexual deviance, all topped off with murder and sadly—suicide. My house here in Brooklyn, New York has its share of ghostly wanderings. It was built in 1873.
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