Tuesday, May 6, 2008

The Pink Lady Haunts an Ashville NC Hotel


Since this was a feature on the news recently, I will skip over the healing energy and tell about her instead.
The Grove Inn is a popular hotel in the mountains at Ashville NC. Several conventions and meetings occur there regularly.One you may have heard of is the annual National Gingerbread House Competition held near Christmas with some highly unusual entries often begun for the next year as soon as the current one is over.I wonder if some of those people guarding their scenes of the Capitol, a Horse Farm and some oof the other things have seen her?

No one knows the history of who The Pink Lady is or why she is there.She seems to love the guests so speculation is that she must have been a guest at some time.

Last month included the reports of three guests seeing her.
One man staying in the room 355 looked up as he was shaving and saw a woman in a long pink dress watching him.The door was locked and no one could have come in.


The mother of a toddler saw him waving and saying"Bye Bye" as a woman with white around her wearing a pink dress floated from the room.She told the manager she had not heard of The Pink Lady.

A man was awakened in the night by a knock on his door.When he answered, he saw a woman in a long pink dress running down the hall....


There are other ghosts in and around Ashville Some mysterious mountain lights continue to puzzle scientists about their origin.The report is that investigation at the Grove Park Inn however did show that something unexplainable was happening there,making it one of the "verified" hauntings...

8 comments:

LazyTcrochet said...

Cool!

BlossomingTree said...

How cool is that!

PinkPolish Design said...

Spooky! :)

Octavine Illustration said...

ooh, i love ghost stories...thanks for sharing this one!~

UniqueNurseGranny said...

I appreciate your comments.thank you.

ElegantSnobbery said...

Oh how cool! I'd love to see her!

beadinbythesea said...

Pretty wild! Never heard of a "pink" ghost before!

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