Thank you for the wonderful service. My dear friend and I took a little vacation and stayed the night of July 11th in room 213. We thought it would be fun to take the ghost tour after a day of shopping.
When we checked into our room we were joking about welcoming ghosts everywhere but the bathroom. Within 30 minutes of being in the room, I went to the bathroom to freshen up my make-up before going to the Crystal Dining Room for a fabulous dinner. I heard someone (I thought my friend) tap her finger nails on the door.
I turned around and found my make-up bag moving side to side on the hook on the back of the door. I just thought the tapping on the door caused the movement.
I answered “yes” and Jane didn’t reply. I then opened the door and saw her over by her bed and then I asked her if she heard that or had knocked on the door. She of course replied “no”.
I guess by the look on my face, she could see my shock. I eventually told her what had happened as I fought back the tears. We eventually laughed it off and then it was her turn to freshen up.
Again, she retreated from the bathroom a bit white. She said, “Tracey, your make-up bag hasn’t quit moving the entire time I’ve been in there.” We left the room, not discussing it and even kept quiet about the situation until midway through the ghost tour. Other than a lot of orbs in the digital camera, and Jane smelling cigar smoke in the basement, it was pretty uneventful.
Oh, my make-up bag never moved again, not that night or the next day. I guess, be careful what you say and what you truly don’t want to see. We’re planning on returning for a “girls weekend” next year. Our husbands have no interest in joining us or the guests in the rooms. Ha!