So, Angie and I were both spouseless for the trip and we bunked up with my other sister, Mariah. The room was small and quaint, and the bathroom left something to be desired. As we settled in, we started talking about the hotel's history (I think one of us had grabbed a brochure describing previous guest's rendevous with the paranormal). The feeling was pretty eerie. We were pretty sure that we heard some kind of noise.. and one interesting light in the bathroom really made our visit complete. I was a little shakey until checkout the next morning, but we loved telling the group about our near "run in" the next morning at breakfast.
As I left I had to stop by the front desk to ask about our particular room. They said that they have heard from other visitors about that hall, but never that room and that earlier taht year they had a group of paranormal investigators that had brought some equipment to check out the rest of the hotel. The tests were positive. However, they say that the most haunted room that is 24, which is in the oldest part of the building. Pretty sure my sister and her husband stayed there without incident. Some claim that it is the ghost of Ralph Waldo Emerson, but either way I bet he is friendly because to my knowledge, no one has died. That is about as close as I have ever been to a ghost. I am sure it was just our minds playing tricks on us, but here I am in the middle of the night and I am scared, again.