Halloween Séance at the Crescent Hotel presented by Intrigue Theater’s Sean-Paul and Juliana Fay. Once again they will try to reach across to “the other side” but instead of Houdini, this year’s target will be a former guest, patient and/or student utilizing artifacts from the hotel’s colorful 127-year history. The evening will also feature some grand new experiments seen for
Ghost tours began, concluding each night at the now famous morgue. It was in the morgue that TV’s “Ghost Hunters” saw a full-body apparition on their thermal imaging camera, something they called “the holy grail of ghost hunting.” Read More...
At the Crescent in Eureka Springs, Beth Shibley of Burgaw, N.C., says she came across something dangerously eerie at the hotel that raises the question of whether it's "America's Most Haunted Resort Hotel," as it says on its website. Shibley, 42, says that while sleeping in a double bed with her mother there in April, something held down her legs and
Pam and I had several experiences there while on tour. My first encounter with a ghost occurred in orientation. Sitting in the middle of my Mom and girlfriend. I distinctly remember two quick tugging pulls on my ear lobe. To the effect that I asked my Mom on that side if she tugged my ear. She said no; it was apparent she was listening to the
The six ghosts represented are Michael, Theodora, The Lady in White, The Girl in the Mist, The Little Girl, and the Little Boy. Read more.
Built in 1886, this famous hotel was originally an elite hangout. It later became a women’s college and then a cancer hospital with one of the biggest medical scandals in the U.S. Read More.
A confluence of evidence, thoughts and theories on some of the enduring mysteries in the mind, on the planet and in the heavens. August 23rd-25th. Read More.
This week you sent me to Eureka Springs to check out America's most haunted hotel, the Crescent Hotel. What are the most "active" places on the grounds? Who are the ghosts? Who is Dr. Norman Baker? How can you see it all for yourself? All of these questions are answered in this very unique and very spooky "Where in AR is JR." Check it out, by clicking
The 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa has been called one of America’s most haunted hotels. With a rich history and many uses for the building through the years, it’s no wonder it’s a hotbed for spirit activity. Once used as an alternative hospital, the “doctor” running the services had no medical license. There were accidents, suicides and numerous deaths there
Are you dying to know which famous person slept in your hotel bed? Why ghosts are roaming the hallways? Which presidents dined under an antique crystal chandelier? These are just a few questions that might come to mind when you visit these historic (and haunted) hotels. These hotels are so unique that they’ve been transformed into fascinating tourist attractions. Read