Long Island Paranormal Investigators: Investigation March 2007
Long Island Paranormal Investigators:
Investigation November 2008
The Stanley Hotel (front view facing North)
Prolog: In March of 2007 Long Island Paranormal
Investigators took part in a 4 day retreat and investigation at the famous
Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, CO. The weekend was hosted by TAPS and Darkness
Radio. It included lights-out investigations at the hotel with TAPS founders
Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, as well as several discussions lead by well
known leaders in the paranormal field including John Zaffis, Adam Blai,
Patrick Burns, Chris Flemming, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Chad Calek/Adrian
Vallera, Mark Macy, J. and Allan Danelek.
LIPI Members Attending: The following Long
Island Paranormal Investigators
members were in attendance at this event: Michael Cardinuto, Robert Levine,
Jaiem Fleischmann, Michael Bainbridge, Cheryl Wittmann, Justin DiGangi, and
Historical Background: The Stanley Hotel
was built by F.O. Stanley, inventor of the Stanley steam engine.
Construction began in 1907 and the main hotel building was completed in
1909. Originally the hotel property covered 190 acres. Today, the hotel
includes the main building, the Manor House building, the Concert Hall,
several administration and employee buildings, and a number of more private
villas covering a 55 acre area.
The Stanley Hotel (rear view facing South)
The hotel was
made famous to fiction and paranormal enthusiasts by well known horror
writer Stephen King in his book “The Shining”. It’s interesting to note the
original movie (the one with Jack Nicholson) the hotel scenes were actually
filmed in England. The more recent made-for-TV remake movie was filmed on
location at the hotel however. King stayed at the Stanley during the winter
in the 1970’s in room 217 (in the original movie room 237 was
said to be the haunted room). During his stay he claimed to have experienced
several paranormal events. That, combined with the remoteness of the hotel
and the onset of winter gave him the idea for writing "The Shining".
A mountain view from the front of The Stanley Hotel.
Another mountain view from the front of The Stanley
A close-up mountain view from the The Stanley Hotel.
Rock formations around The Stanley Hotel.
Another view of the front of The Stanley Hotel.
A view of the mountain range behind the Stanley Hotel
There is also a small pet cemetery located on the
property. This is said to have been the inspiration for Stephen King's story
A small pet cemetery at the Stanley Hotel.
Said to be the inspiration for Stephen King's story "Pet Cemetery"
places in the hotel are claimed to be haunted. In the main building rooms
217, 324, 401 and 418 are often reported as the most active (during their
first investigation at the Stanley, TAPS founder Jason Hawes stayed in room
401 where he videoed a door opening and closing on it’s own, and a glass
breaking for no apparent reason). Additionally, all of the 3rd
and 4th floor hallways are said to be haunted. The sounds of
children playing can supposedly be heard. In the main floor Piano room the
piano is said to play by itself. In the Manor house, room 1302 is also said
to be very active. And in the concert hall both the hall room and the lower
level is said to be active.
Local Wildlife: The Rocky Mountains and
Estes Park is home to a wide variety of local wild life. A few of the local
inhabitants we were fortunate enough to be able to observe during our stay.
Elk thrive in the area of at Estes Park and are seen
daily in the town.
This is a handsome male.
A female elk.
Mule Deer. This one is wearing a radio tracking
collar for study.
Wyoming Ground Squirrels are everywhere!
The beautiful Mountain Blue Bird!
Raven birds were common.
A Magpie bird.
A coyote was spotted along the road side during our
stay but didn't sit still long enough for a photograph.
The local rivers and streams are home to brook trout
and native cut throat trout.
Day 1 (Thursday)
LIPI members left LaGuardia Airport in New York,
and arrived at Denver
International Airport on Thursday March 28th.
LIPI members waiting to board our plane in New York.
Long Island Paranormal Investigators member Justin DiGangi listens to in-flight music
while Craig Sordyl and Mike Cardinuto use the time to review investigation
After claiming our luggage we picked up two rental
cars and headed off into the mountains.
Snow on the ground at Denver airport as we head to
the Stanley Hotel
The LIPI team stops for a bite outside Denver Airport
before heading on to the Stanley Hotel.
Denver airport is at 5,000 feet above sea level
while the Stanley Hotel in the Rocky Mountains is at 7,500 feet! Snow
flurries were on and off so travel was a bit slower allowing for an element
of safety caution. Nevertheless, the drive from the Airport to Estes Park
was quick and uneventful. But the scenery was awesome!
Heading up into the Rockies near the town of Lyons.
Roads cut through solid mountain rock!
The scenery was so breath-taking we had
to stop for pictures and to marvel at it all!
LIPI Lead Investigators Mike Cardinuto and Rob Levine at
a scenic pull-over near
Roosevelt National Park during our trip from Denver Airport to the Stanley Hotel
in Estes Park.
The LIPI investigation team poses for a photo at one of
the hiking entrances
to Roosevelt National Forest park in the Rocky Mountains.
(L to R: Craig Sordyl, Jaiem Fleischmann, Rob Levine, Michael Bainbridge,
Michael Cardinuto, and Justin DiGangi infront)
Arriving through the mountains at Estes Park, CO.
The Stanley Hotel as seen coming into Estes Park from
across Lake Estes.
The lake is a popular fishing spot for trout and tiger muskie.
Long Island Paranormal Investigators arrived at the Stanley early in the afternoon and checked in. Our group had
rooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the main building, and
one of the private villas behind the main building. After a brief unpacking LIPI
immediately set out to explore the buildings and grounds and perform some
An early automobile that was power by steam from a
Stanley steam engine
is on display in the hotel lobby outside the MacGregor room.
A painting of J.O. Stanley in his workshop hangs near the
automobile in the lobby.
The other end of the Stanley Lobby. The piano room is on
the right and the Billiards room is on the left.
The Piano room and Billiards room are said to be focal
points of paranormal activity and would defiantly be concentrated on during the
The famed haunted piano in the Piano room.
LIPI investigators (L to R) Mike Bainbridge, Mike
Cardinuto and Justin DiGangi in the piano room.
The famed Billiards room. Note the orb on the right is
We explored the 3rd and 4th floors of the main building to get a
better idea of the layout during day light hours.
Long Island Paranormal Investigators investigators on the 3rd floor.
We then headed over to the
Concert hall building and, finding it was open, decided to perform a brief
The Stanley Hotel Concert Hall building.
Inside the Concert Hall building facing the stage.
LIPI video specialist Craig Sordyl takes digital video
inside the Concert Hall building.
LIPI members investigate the lower level of the concert
In the early evening we met with Jason and Grant of
TAPS in the main building. It was good to see and speak with them again and
since our last meeting in Warwick, RI last December.
There were also members of other paranormal investigation groups from around the
country in attendance. LIPI members enjoyed discussing experiences and
techniques with fellow investigators.
Dinner the first night was at a quiet local
Later that evening Dave Shrader, co-host of Darkness
Radio and organizer of this event, gave Long Island Paranormal
Investigators special access to
room 401 for our own investigation. (Thank you Dave!)
LIPI Lead Investigators Rob Levine checks current
and geomagnetic activity before starting the investigation.
Long Island Paranormal Investigators performed a 5 hour investigation in room 401
using digital audio, digital and 35mm photography, EMF and temperature sensors.
See our findings at the bottom of this article.
Outside the famous room 401. Note the dust orbs. Not
LIPI members investigate the closet door in room 401 that
was seen on an episode
of Ghost Hunters to open and close on its own.
LIPI investigators Rob Levine (reclining) and Craig
Sorydl patiently await to see
if a paranormal event occurs in room 401.
Objects including coins, a dollar bill, a pen, an empty
glass and a digital recorder
were left on the night stand next to the bed in room 401 to see if anything
LIPI broke into groups and rotated investigating room
401, the Piano and Billiards rooms.
LIPI members investigate the Billiards foyer room.
After a long night of investigation even paranormal
investigators have to sleep and we finally called it a day at about 5am
Day 2 (Friday)
Despite a brief few hours of sleep Long Island
Paranormal Investigators members
were up early to attend the range of discussions offered this trip.
The first discussion was by Rosemary Ellen Guiley
on the subject of Shadows.
Rosemary Ellen Guiley presents on the subject of Shadows
and Shadow beings.
She has spent years
researching the shadow people (shadow entities) phenomena and cataloging
accounts of encounters with shadows. She stated her studies show that:
- Most shadow entities appear while a person is
asleep, or about to fall asleep/wake up.
- They usually enter a room (or building) through
a door way but have been seen coming right through solid walls.
- Encounters can be occasional or throughout a
person's life time. Sometimes they seem to "follow" a family from one
generation to another.
- Encounters can start when people move to a new
location. They sometimes are seen lurking in woods and undeveloped areas
- The most commonly reported physical
characteristics of a shadow are:
- Tall 5-6 feet, sometimes 7 feet
- Male in appearance
- Dark and slim
- Very black - "Blacker than black"
- Looks like they are wearing a long black
trench coat and a large brimmed hat
- They appear to be 3-dimensional, opaque and
seem to have physical mass
- No eyes
- Silent - they make no noise as they move but
movement is clearly known
- They react when their presence is noticed,
usually moving away very quickly
- They don't seem to obey common physical laws -
can move through walls, unnaturally fast movement, can appear or vanish
- People often feel a sinister or mischievous
feeling when they are encountered.
- Direct verbal communication is rare but some
kind of thought-level communication sometimes appears to be occurring.
- Pets often react very negatively to them and
places they have been
- They seem to "invade" your personal space
- She described 6 sub-categories of shadows:
- Sentinels - They stand in corners/edges and
just watch us
- Lurkers - They move through an area, often
the same path over and over.
- Predators - They seem to want to invoke
intense fear/terror. Physical attack is sometimes reported.
- Visitors - Groups of shadows. Often described
as appearing other worldly.
- MTB - Minding Their own Business, similar to
Lurkers they seem not to notice us as they move through an area.
- Omens - Often appear just before a bad luck
event or death happens. Often follow a person or entire family for
- Haunters - Are associated with accepted
- Possible explanations for shadows include:
- Shape Shifters
- "Old Hag" legends
- Thought Forms - beings that are formed out of
our subconscious thought (like in the old movie "Forbidden Planet" with
- Ultraterrestrial beings - "Moth Man"
- Extraterrertrial beings - May be related to
the M.I.B. (Men In Black) reports
- Things people can do to try to rid themselves
of a shadow haunting:
- Spiritual cleansing
- Mediate for emotional harmony
- Change your environment
- Sleep with the lights on (they rarely show
during the day or in the light)
After Rosemary's presentation there was a preview
of the new TV show "Terrornormal". It is a very intense paranormal
investigation show. Looks very exciting.
Next was a presentation by Patrick Burns of the
show "Haunted Evidence". Patrick said he is often nicknamed the "Ghost Geek"
because of his love of electronics and gadgets for investigation.
Patrick Burns of the show Haunted Evidence.
He gave a
very good discussion on the topic of photography explaining how dust can
give false orb images (he believes the vast majority of orb photos are just
dust and things in the area), using a digital camera for
IR photography. He suggested using a heat lamp
bulb as an simple and cheap IR light source. Patrick also gave a good
discussion of EMF meters including the Trifield Meter, suggesting the
Trifield should be placed in a single location and monitored instead of
trying to sweep an area with it. He said the meter is too sensitive to carry
and is best to monitor a suspected "hot spot" location. He
further discussed digital thermometers, suggesting not to use IR
thermometers since they only detect surface temperatures not the ambient
environment. He concluded with a discussion of recording techniques for
The final speaker of the day was
psychologist/demonologist Adam Blai.
Co-founder of TAPS Grant Wilson (left) introduces
psychologist and demonologist Adam Blai.
LIPI first met Adam last December
during a weekend trip to Warwick, RI. Adam is a
very knowledgeable psychologist and demonologist. Today's presentation was
on the psychology of the paranormal. He explained how the mind works and how
we can sometimes be tricked into think something is paranormal when it is
not. He also explained many of the signs of mental illness in an effort to
better prepare investigators for possible encounters with people who may
need more professional help than paranormal investigators.
Adam explained a theoretical reason why people
tend to see light/dark ghostly images from the corners of their eyes more
than straight on. He said it could be due to the structure of the human eye,
the distribution of rods & cones in the eye concentrates color in the middle
part of our vision and light/dark on the edges. So anything in out
peripheral vision would more likely appear light/dark than in color. He also
strongly urged against using hypnosis as a research tool unless you are
formally and professionally trained to do it, and even then with caution.
That evening, dinner was held in the MacGregor
Room off the lobby of the main building.
The LIPI team enjoying dinner at the Stanley Hotel on
During the meal a charity auction
was held to raise money for a family fighting cancer. All attendees were
very generous in helping the family.
After dinner, guests were divided into 2 groups.
One group would perform the first night's
lights-out investigation of the
main building, room 1302 in the Manor Hall building and the Concert Hall.
The other group would be in the MacGregor Room for a demonology presentation
by Adam Blai followed by a Spirit Box/Frank's Box demonstration with
Christopher Moon of Haunted Times magazine.
Lobby of the Manor Hall building.
The stairway leading to the second floor of the Manor
Lead Investigator Mike Cardinuto takes digital
outside room 1302 in the Manor Hall building.
Lead Investigator Rob Levine uses a Trifield meter in
the sitting area
outside room 1302 in the Manor Hall building.
LIPI was assigned to the group that was to perform
the hotel investigation Friday night. We started out on the 4th floor. Long
Island Paranormal Investigators
divided into 3 groups. Two remained in the hallway (either ends) and one
group went into room 401. The plan was to rotate locations every 20 minutes
or so. Due to the large number of other people also investigating that night
we were happy to have additional guests come with us on our investigation.
The 3rd floor hallway during Friday
The investigation in the hallways was difficult.
With all the people moving from room to room and also investigating the
hallways EVP audio was heavily
contaminated with background and ambient sounds. Photography, both digital
and 35mm, didn't reveal anything paranormal. Temperatures ranged greatly
between different areas in the hallways and the various rooms but nothing so
dramatic as to be potentially paranormal. EMF readings were unreliable as
both the geology the hotel is built on (a large deposit of magnetite rock)
and the old wiring in the building effected the meters.
LIPI members re-investigated room 401 with members
of the Terrornormal show and other investigators. Other investigators using K2 meters did
get a little activity but could not be confirmed with other equipment.
LIPI investigator Michael Bainbridge (right) using a
video camera during the investigation of room 401
with a member of Terronormal (left with hat) and other investigators Friday
A group of investigators try using K2 meters inside
room 401 Friday Night.
After investigating the 4th floor, LIPI headed to
the second floor to try to investigate room 217 (Stephen King's room). There
were many people already awaiting entry to the room. So we decided to go to
the 3rd floor and investigate the hallway. While on the 3rd floor we met up
with psychic Tiffany Johnson. She told us there was a presence in her room
(327) and invited us to investigate there while we wait for others to have
their turn investigating room 217.
LIPI members with psychic Tiffany Johnson waiting
entry to room 217.
Tiffany told us she has seen a little boy in her
room earlier that day. She had also had several feelings from the room. Our
investigation of room 327 yielded some unusually temperature changes and a
few orbs but unfortunately no
apparitions or other evidence was observed. However, Long Island
Paranormal Investigators appreciates
Tiffany's offer to let us investigate the room.
LIPI investigator Craig Sordyl carefully watches a
compass placed in the corner of room 327
where the apparition of a small boy was reported earlier that day by psychic
LIPI investigator Juston DiGangi and psychic Tiffany
Johnson. watch the bed in room 327
where a small boy's apparition was reported earlier in the day to shake the
After investigating room 327 we were able to
finally get into room 217. There Patrick Burns was assisting. He had a K2
and a Trifield meter setup. Working with Patrick we performed a number of
EVP recordings. The Trifield meter did jump a few times as did his K2.
However, we were unable to confirm the readings on our equipment.
The hallway outside room 217, "Stephen King's" room.
Note the dust orb on the right.
Patrick Burns from Haunted Evidence and LIPI
members in room 217.
Note the K2 meter in Patrick's hand and the Trifield meter on the wall above
After room 217 we went over to the Concert Hall
building. Upon arriving at the Concert Hall we met up with Jason and Grant
of TAPS who were leading the investigations in the building. They suggested
we try several areas on the lower level of the building and behind the stage
area on the main floor.
Jason Hawes of TAPS speaks with LIPI investigators
regarding places to review inside the Concert Hall building.
LIPI investigators waiting patiently at the stage
area of the Concert Hall for a paranormal event to be observed.
Audio and video is being used to document any such event.
Long Island Paranormal Investigators investigated the Concert Hall for about an
hour. We performed EVPs on both the lower level and the main floor by the
stage area. We were very excited hoping to observe some activity as we had
heard reports of things moving on the main floor. Unfortunately we didn't
observe anything during our time in the Concert Hall.
We returned to the main building and continued
investigating the 2nd and 3rd floors. We also performed investigations in
the Piano room.
Finally, in the very wee hours of Saturday morning
we decided to all it a night and get a couple hours sleep.
Day 3 (Saturday)
Paranormal investigators get little sleep. LIPI
was up early Saturday. After a quick breakfast we attended the presentation
by Mark Macy on spirit photography. Mark gave a brief review of his
background with the field, having met and worked with a number of
researchers here and in Europe.
Mark Macy presents on the subject of spirit
A device constructed by Mark Macy that is said to
promote an environment for contacting spirits.
Air appeared to be drawn in from the bottom and blown out slots at the top.
LIPI was unable to determine the nature of this device.
Mark explained bout both photographic
techniques he has used as well as audio techniques. He claimed that on the
other side was a group of spirits known as the "Technicians" that included
very well known doctors and other researchers who have die. It is the
function of these "technicians" to give messages to us with explicit
instructions on how to build devices to communicate with them. Mark said he
and others have received many messages from the devices (even from telephone
calls! - he played an example) giving detailed specifications for devices to
communicate with spirits. He also showed several examples of spirit
photography which he claimed should spirits super-imposing themselves over
people's own images. He said this could be a way spirits tap our energy to
help make themselves visible in photos.
After a break for lunch some LIPI members attended
presentations by J. Allan Danelek (Reincarnation, the case for ghosts,
scientific basis for the paranormal) and Chris Flemming (publisher of
Unknown Magazine and creator of the K2 EMF meter, subject of communicating
with the dead). Other Long Island Paranormal Investigators members decided to take the early afternoon off
and explore the surrounding mountain scenery.
LIPI members enjoy a lunch of elk and buffalo at a
local restaurant Saturday afternoon.
Later in the afternoon LIPI members regrouped and
attended the presentation by the legendary John Zaffis on the subject of
Exorcisms and demonology.
Noted paranormal investigator, demonologist and
author John Zaffis.
John Zaiff is the nephew of famed Ed and Lorraine
Warren, pioneers in the fields of modern demonology and paranormal
investigations. They are the only people to have be allowed to conduct an
investigation in the Amityville Horror house.
John is one of the first pioneers on the subject
of demons and the paranormal. John is also a mentor to Adam Blai and other
well known researchers in the field. He discussed the idea that objects can
have a spirit or entity associated with it, sometimes an evil/demonic entity
and that's how demons can come into someone's life by innocently buying such
an item. John also explained it is important to understand other people's
values and beliefs as it is faith, not a specific following, that is
successful in combating demons. John spoke of a well known demonic haunting
in Connecticut that was discussed in the book "In a Dark Place". He also
recommended reading "Shadows of the Dark". John spoke of his various cases,
the effort and tribulations he has encountered trying to help people with
demonic hauntings. John concluded, as did Adam, by warning paranormal
investigators not to take demons and demonology lightly. It isn't something
to be played with or taken as a thrill ride.
In the evening the second night's dinner was held
again in the MacGregor room in the main building.
After dinner Long Island Paranormal Investigators attended a Q&A presentation by
Jason Hawes and Grant Willson (founders of TAPS) in the Concert hall.
(L to R) TAPS founder Jason Hawes and TAPS Co-Founder
along with Dave Schrader of Darkness Radio.
presentation began with a review of common paranormal terms including EMF,
IR, "Cold Spot" and Grant's favorite EVP. Then a set of cases from TAPS
investigations was presented. The situation, the claimed paranormal events,
and the evidence was shown and the audience was invited to conclude what the
results of the investigation should be. Then the TAPS conclusion was
revealed and compared/discussed with what the audience felt it was. After
the cases, Jason and Grant presented a number of audio and video examples
from their cases. Finally, the presentation concluded with a Q&A session
from the audience.
Since Long Island Paranormal Investigators had participated in the Friday night
investigation of the hotel, Saturday night LIPI attended a presentation by
Billy (we didn't get his last name). He is the Stanley Hotel's historian and
"keeper of ghostly tales."
Billy, the resident historian of the Stanley Hotel.
Billy entertained us with numerous accounts of
strange and usual events that both have been reported at the Stanley as well
as things he personally has encountered. Billy also explained the legend of
room 217 and the events of Stephen King's stay at the Stanley.
After Billy's presentation Adam Blai gave a talk on the subject of Demonology. Adam's presentation, based on Roman
Catholic doctrine and research, reiterated a number of points he had
made last December at the Warwick, RI paranormal
weekend event. To summarize Adam's presentation:
- Demons are real as is the struggle between good
- Angels are creatures created by G-d to perform
specific functions. They are not humanoid even though they may appear to
us sometimes as human.
- Demons are Angels that rebelled against G-d
because they didn't like that he had made Man in his image, given us free
will and placed us in greater importance than Angels.
- Their punishment for rebelling was to be sent
- "Hell" doesn't exist yet. It will be created by
G-d at the time of the final judgment. All the demons and those who they
have corrupted will be sent there.
- The goal of demons is to make us corrupt
ourselves with drink, drugs, lucidity, sex, blind greed, cruelty etc. and
turn away from G-d. Or get us to ask them for help instead of G-d.
- Demons can not appear as perfect human form.
They must show some defect like a missing limb, a warped face, no eyes
- Demons are not all knowing. But they do have
super intellect. They can "see" the results of various decisions far in
advance than we can and as such can make accurate predictions about will
happen in the future. They do, however, know your sins and inner secrets
and will use that against you to trick you or weaken your faith.
- Demons can not outright harm or attack you for
no reason (as much as they want to).
- Demons have no pity or mercy towards us.
- Demonologists are chosen by G-d and are given
special protection. It isn't something you choose yourself. It is a life
long undertaking with many risks including emotional, psychological, and
- All people have an "out" when encountering a
demon. If a person or paranormal investigator innocently (unknowingly)
walks into a demonic situation, if they turn around and leave the demon
can't follow you. If you choose to stay and fight it without the
protection of G-d then you're on your own.
- Do not use crystals, Ouija boards and other
portal tools. You don't know what will come through.
After Adam's presentation there was a
demonstration of a Spirit Box ("Frank's Box"). This device, built with the
specifications given by the "Technicians" scans the short-wave frequencies
they provided. A psychic helps make the connection. People were chosen at
random to ask a question and (hopefully) receive a response. No one from LIPI was selected but others who were had moderate success. Our opinion of
the Spirit Box is mixed and undetermined.
Finally, members of Long Island Paranormal
Investigators spent the rest of the
evening mingling and socializing with the other paranormal investigators
attending. We spent hours exchanging experiences, ideas and techniques with
members of other groups and independent investigators. It was a great
experience sharing experiences and observations with paranormal
investigators from around the country.
Day 4 (Sunday)
We left the Stanley very early Sunday morning for
LIPI investigator Craig Sorydl is exhausted from the
and snoozes on the ride back to the airport Sunday morning.
A pleasant flight back (we saw the movie "Happy Feet") to
New York, we arrive back at LaGuardia Airport about 4pm and home about 6pm.
We were very tired from our long weekend but had a great time!
Findings: In spite of the intensive investigation Long Island Paranormal
we didn't collect significant evidence of paranormal activity. A few curious orb
pictures were taken in the main building by digital photography. EMF
readings ranged widely but are unreliable due to magnetite rock the hotel is
built on as well as the older wiring in the buildings. No EVPs were
recorded. A few personal experiences were observed during the 4 day event.
K2/K-II EMF Meter Demo
Date: Friday March 30, 2007
Location: Room 217
Description: This video is a demonstration of the K2 EMF meter.
The video was taken during an actual paranormal investigation of room
Date: Friday March 30, 2007
Location: Room 327
Description: While investigating room 327 the ambient
temperature dropped nearly 6 degrees over the course of 20 minutes
(down from 78 degrees to start to below 73 degrees when finished).
Sometimes several fractions of a degree drop occurred in a short time
period. While Long Island Paranormal Investigators considers a drop of
10 degrees or more in a short period of time to be potentially
paranormal, this event is very unusual. There were 7 people in a
closed, relatively small room. If anything the temperature should have
Date: Saturday March 31, 2007
Location: MacGregor Room
Description: LIPI investigator Jaiem Fleischmann reported
seeing a large white orb (about the size of a dinner plate) behind the
right shoulder of Adam Blai during his presentation in the MacGregor
room. The orb remained there for approx 3-4 seconds before "going
out". He is sure the sighting was not a reflection in glass, a camera
flash or a light coming through the window.
Conclusion: Overall Long Island Paranormal Investigators is unable to
confirm or debunk the presence of paranormal activity at the Stanley Hotel.
Further investigations will be planned.
weekend itself was a great success and we enjoyed again meeting with Jason
and Grant, Adam Blai, John Zaffis, and Dave Shrader. All the presentations were very well carried out
and very informative. Long Island Paranormal Investigators looks forward to a return trip to the Stanley
Hotel and further discussions with the paranormal investigators and experts
we have met.
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