French Lick Springs Hotel - Real Haunts in French Lick IN
There have been many reporting from workers and guests of the hotel of it being haunted, particularly the 6th floor. Haunted experiences have included shadows, breezes, footsteps, and disembodied laughter. There’s also stories of red stain appearing in the guest room bathtub where a bride had committed suicide.
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I heard a woman's laughter
My husband and I stayed at the hotel for 3 nights this past July; I had always wanted to stay there, and I was NOT disappointed--the beauty of the place and the atmosphere were positively mesmerizing! At no time did I ever feel actually afraid, but each night we were there (in a King room on the 4th floor), at about 8 or 8:30 each evening, I heard a woman's laughter--as though she was squealing in delight--, but no other voices or sounds along with it to indicate that there were people in the hall or that it was coming from a room nearby. Again, I did not feel afraid at all--just fascinated by the thought of experiencing the energy of a hotel guest from many years ago!Posted 8/29/20
Room on 7th floor was scariest place I’ve ever encountered
I stayed at this hotel in January 2015 for a 3 day conference I was attending relating to my work. I stayed in a room on the 7th floor. From the moment I got out of the elevator, walked to my room and opened the door I felt petrified. I’ve never felt fear like it before or since. As soon as I got into my room I was on edge, there was a presence like something was in the room with me. The bathroom was at the far side of the room and I couldn’t even get up the courage to enter it or even look inside. Obviously I had to when I needed to wash etc and I was in a blond panic, my heart was racing out of my chest. The whole place felt vile. I stayed for 3 nights and didn’t sleep at all during the stay. I also didn’t even undress or take off my boots during the night. Sometime during the 3rd night I was so frightened by the feeling that someone was there and I was crying at this point through terror, I literally couldn’t take the oppressive feeling any more so I ran out into the corridor only to find that the feeling was 10 times worse so I ran back into the room. When I checked out at the end of my stay I asked one of the girls on reception if the place was haunted and they all just kind of looked at each other as she said “no, we’ve never heard anything about it being haunted” Obviously staff are told to say that. I will never ever step foot in that place ever again, not even if you paid me. Something very horrible was on that 7th floor and in that room with mePosted 2/19/20
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