And by the looks of things, she’s pretty hot.
According to Uproxx, the hotel that inspired Stephen King to write “The Shining” might be inspiring future guests to lock their doors and hide under the covers or perhaps consider a nearby Holiday Inn Express instead.
That’s because a man named Henry Yau recently visited The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, and we’re pretty sure he captured the image of a ghost when he snapped a photo of the hotel’s iconic staircase:
There Is Definitely A Ghost In This Picture A Guy Took At The Stanley Hotel
Paranormal investigator Kevin Sampron thinks Yau actually captured two ghosts in the photograph, as another apparition can be seen just to the left of the young lady who’s dressed up like she’s ready to have one hell of a night. He says he doesn’t believe the image was Photoshopped, and while he rules out 95 percent of the submissions he receives, he thinks there are “legitimate ghosts” here this time around.
Sampron also said he believes the second ghost is a child, and if that’s the case, then I’m no longer interested in taking this young lady out to dinner.