The subject of ghosts has been a debate that’s been going on for centuries. Some believe in the paranormal while others believe it’s a hoax. However, one photograph has risen to slap skeptics in the face.
A photograph taken at the Colorado hotel that helped inspire Stephen King’s bestselling novel “The Shining” shows what appears to be two ghosts on the stairwell.
The Mausling family of Aurora, Colorado, participated in a “spirit tour” at the 108-year-old Stanley Hotel in Estes Park last month. After returning home, they noticed a photo taken by them that seemed to show a young girl walking down the stairs.
John Mausling and his wife, Jessica Martinez-Mausling, told HuffPost via email that there were no young girls in their 11-member party or on the tour.
“At first we tried to be logical and think we somehow missed her so we asked our kids, their girlfriends and our friend if they remembered seeing a little girl,” they wrote. “Nobody did. We do not remember seeing anything on the stairs when we took the picture.”
If you look closely, there also seems to be a ghost going up the stairs as well.
The photo has since gone viral.