LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG
The story of Skagway, Alaska.
Skagway in northern
part of southeast Alaska has not changed much from the Klondike Gold
Rush days. Today, it can boast being home to 700 residents that keep
the town as historical as possible to the time when it was a booming
Looking for ghosts? Well, then you have
come to the right place. Skagway is home to many spirits that will
welcome you to this unique little town. The first stop on your ghost
hunt should be the Red Onion Saloon. In its time 1898, this was a
very popular whorehouse, today it is an office. On the second floor,
which was the Madam’s room there is a ghost that is not too fond of
men, she is even a bit hostile.
Other ghostly happening in the old
saloon include running footsteps when no one is around, shadows,
cold areas, strong aroma of perfume, unseen hands watering plants,
and a shadowy figure of a woman watering unseen plants.
The Golden North Hotel should be your
next stop. This three-story hotel has ghosts living in room 14 and
23. Room 23 has a pretty young woman that staff members call Mary.
Mary and her husband were staying in room 23 while he searched for
gold. While he was gone on one his long excursions, Mary died of
pneumonia. She has been seen by many staff members standing staring
out the window for her husband to return.
Mary is also believed to be the ghost
that haunts room 14. The tub has mysterious had a ring around it the
next morning as if someone had taken a bath the night before, when
no guests did.
Eagles Hall was created by putting
together two old hotels of the 1890’s. The second floor is the home
to a few ghosts that enjoy leaving behind cold spots and letting
others know they are there if only by a feeling.
The Mulvihill House is a Victorian beauty built in 1904. From 1914
to 1949, it was home to the Mul Mulvihill family. Mul was the chief
dispatcher for the White Pass & Yukon Railroad. He even kept a
telegraph in his home.
People that visited the home have seen
doors open and close by themselves, heavy footsteps have been heard
throughout the house, and the most popular sound is that of the
The White House was at first a private
home, however, it has seen many faces, from being a hospital during
War World 2, a small hotel, a daycare center, and of course the
private home of many. Here a woman loves to talk with children and
has been seen standing at the foot of the bed. This ghost is
believed to be the woman that ran the daycare center.
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