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Submitted by Daniel
I worked on the train all summer, from Anchorage to Fairbanks, staying at the Regency Hotel along the Steese HWY. I had heard stories of at least two employees in the off season who stayed there (one whom I knew personally for years from work) that had experiences staying there. The first was of a dining crew member (female) who woke up with three large scratches down the back of her right arm that could not be explained. As she didn't drink that night, she couldn't reach that part of her arm, and she wasn't sleeping next to anyone. The next story was from the young man that I had known. He woke up from being punched in the face by absolutely nothing. This past summer, a fellow employee who I had know before had awoken with a scratch under his left eye that started bleeding when he woke up.
Finally, a young tour guide had awoken with a swollen arm with a huge bruise and small scratch marks in the bruise. I saw pictures of this one. I personally had stayed recently and accidentally left my walkie talkie on in my room on the desk across my bed. I awoke to the same loud static and two beeps once at about 1:45am and then again at 3:45am. That made me feel uneasy because I hadn't done my normal prayers for the room the night before. There is an old cemetery across the street. I noticed most people had died in it in the 1930s. Whatever is going on there, it could get worse if the staff keeps ignoring it and pretending it's not happening like they did when I confronted them. Like it's bad for business or their jobs are threatened. Occasions of activity are random and not often reported as far as I know. But if people are being scratched, punched, and bruised and can't explain it, something will probably happen in the future. Take caution please. God bless.
Submitted by Anonymous |
Categories: train, face, hotel, man
The Pioneer Park Civic Center is extremely haunted. I've been a volunteer at several charity events, and during set up and breakdown many incidents have occurred. Most of the activity is centered on the 3rd floor where the gallery is located. On more than one occasion I have found one of the doors up there open after gallery hours, after staff has locked up and left. Most of the activity is noise based - whispers, breathing, and even scratching.
The elevator in the building, which remains still during the day unless the call button is pushed, runs constantly at night. At one point while setting up for a charity show, I witnessed the 3rd floor call button light activate by itself. When the elevator arrived, the doors opened and closed repeatedly. Maintenance could find no malfunction. After hours one can also hear the sound of footsteps echoing off of the tile floor in the exhibition hall and indistinct whispers in the auditorium.
Submitted by Brian
Comment by Freaked out in Fairbanks: I was at a wedding one night at the civic center. I was on the second floor in the bathroom. I went to wash my hands and the soap dispenser, which is motion activated by sticking your hand under, started dispensing soap all over the sink counter. Funny... Not funny it was the dispenser at the other sink. The one I wasn't standing at. The experience prompted me to google civic center ghost which brought me to this link.
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