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Ghost screaming in haunted hotel - FULL LENGTH


This video was submitted to us by the hotel security manager who was standing watch on September 14, 2003 at a WINGATE HOTEL in Illinois. His voice can be heard in the background of the recording.

According to him, people staying at the hotel began calling in noise complaints to the front desk with reports of loud screaming coming from the 2nd floor--particularly room #209. There is no known history to the room according to our investigation. However, upon further review, we found that over the years, multiple complaints of "strange noises" were reported to be coming from the room. This is the only known recording of it.

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  • KK Bosch#

    KK Bosch August 19, 2013 9:53:56 PM CEST

    Oh...oops! I didn't watch the whole thing before I commented, (dumb ass), They point the figure out, etc, etc...
    First rule of Fight Club - keep your mouth shut!

  • KK Bosch#

    KK Bosch August 19, 2013 9:50:21 PM CEST

    It's not entirely unusual for hotel security to record complaints, and in a situation where a guest(s) safety might be in question, (IE: a woman screaming bloody murder) it would most certainly be plausible.
    I don't think the validity of this scenario can be judged or debunked on that alone, however being somewhat new to all of this, I def don't have the skills to spot a fake like many of you do.
    What I did think was interesting, and surprised nobody else mentioned it, was at 1:31 you can see what appears to be some kind of form leaving the room then fading out as it takes a few steps down the hallway.
    Again, maybe I'm just easily fooled, but it does seem pretty interesting.

  • danwiberg9#

    danwiberg9 August 4, 2013 10:10:04 PM CEST

    My BS alarm is going off. The Wingate was investigated by Ghost Hunters.

  • Drcassiel#

    Drcassiel July 29, 2013 8:06:01 PM CEST

    hay que puto miedo! no muerdan trapo!

  • Apollonios#
  • Dude45#

    Dude45 July 29, 2013 5:06:50 PM CEST

    Very interesting, if the video is valid. I would have to dispute both of claims for debunking. I have worked in Hotels myself, the Sheraton in particular. And yes, they would take the time to record the conversations with a report of screaming coming from a room. And I've seen camera's mounted in the most unlikely of places.
    With that said, I doubt the validity due to the fact that there is no further footage of inside the room itself. Everyone has cellphone cameras these days.

  • properREDeye#

    properREDeye July 29, 2013 3:12:38 PM CEST

    Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters! lol

  • juaneros#

    juaneros July 29, 2013 6:29:08 AM CEST

    Hehe, this made me laugh... first I worked in HO-tels before. First, there is no way you are going to take the time to record conversations you have either with guests or your coworkers in that case, the only thing you wanna do is end your shift and go home. Second, how convenient to have a camara placed right in front of the room where the screams are coming from, you usually place them at the ends of the hall to capture the whole hall. And who the hell is Amy?! That's what I want to know.

  • Dutchresearcher#

    Dutchresearcher July 28, 2013 11:25:18 PM CEST

    SORRY, a scenario: it is fake ofcourse.

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