TAPS Ghost Hunters – Investigates the Haunted Stanley Hotel
By popular request, I've added several videos of The Atlantic Paranormal Society as the team investigates the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. The Stanley Hotel was the inspiration behind Stephen King's novel, The Shining.
Watch as Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson, and the TAPS team explore The Stanley Hotel for evidence of paranormal activity. Some of these videos show some very strange paranormal activity. In Part 1, Bill Ward, the Concierge at The Stanley Hotel, explains some of the unusual activity that has been reported by guests and employees at the hotel.
In Part 2, the TAPS team begins the initial stages of the investigation, and captures evidence, including EVP recordings, and thermal and digital video recordings. Jason has two unexplained events happen in his room while he is sleeping (both caught on film).
In Part 3, Grant & Kendall have an uncanny experience in Room 1302 after asking, "Can you give us a sign of your presence?"
In Part 4, Jason and Grant try to find a reasonable explanation for the events that happened in Jason's room. The technical team analyzes the evidence that has been captured, and Jason and Grant present the evidence to representatives of The Stanley Hotel.
Jason and Grant conclude that The Stanley Hotel is definitely haunted.
What are your thoughts on how The Atlantic Paranormal Society handled this investigation? The evidence from Room 401 (Jason's room) was nothing short of amazing. It's hard to explain the broken glass and closet door activity. Based on these videos, it seems The Stanley Hotel has both residual hauntings (children on the stairs and party guests in the Concert Hall), and intelligent hauntings (the closet door ghost in Jason's room, and the ghost that moved the table/chair in Room 1302).