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- 'Yellowstone' author fascinated by ghost stories
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Spooky Yellowstone: Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Other Local Lore
Popular Features. New Releases. Description Pull up a chair or gather round the campfire and get ready for creepy tales of ghostly hauntings, eerie happenings, and other strange occurrences under starry skies. Whether read around the campfire on a dark and stormy night or from the backseat of the family van on the way to grandma's, this is a collection to treasure. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Other books in this series. Spooky Canada S. Add to basket. Spooky Pennsylvania S.
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'Yellowstone' author fascinated by ghost stories
Spooky North Carolina S. Spooky Colorado S. Grab a few soft blankets to keep warm, pour mugs of hot chocolate or steaming apple cider to up the cozy vibes, and then take turns sharing your scariest ghost stories — what could be more perfect on an October night? With hundreds of years of history, Yellowstone National Park is no stranger to ghost stories.
But are they fact or fiction?
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She had fallen in love with a much older man who worked in their house as a servant and wanted to marry him instead. Heartbroken, her father offered the couple a significant dowry as a wedding gift — on the condition that they would leave New York forever. To his surprise, they agreed.
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The pair traveled to Yellowstone for their honeymoon, which is when things began to go south. Her husband spent their dowry playing poker and eating and drinking in excess, and one month into their honeymoon trip, they ran out of money.
The bride telephoned her father to ask for more money, but he denied her request. One night, hotel staff allegedly heard the couple arguing loudly, and the husband eventually slammed out of the room, never to be seen again. After keeping their distance for a couple of days, the staff began to worry about the new bride and went into her room to check on her.
An unlucky hotel maid found the bride in the bathroom, bloody and missing her head. Getting chills? We think ghosts would prefer to drag their chains around large, historic, older hotels, such as Old Faithful Inn opened in , Lake Yellowstone Hotel opened in , and Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel opened in Years ago, a woman staying at the Old Faithful Inn is rumored to have seen a woman dressed in lates attire floating at the foot of the bed during the night.
Fact or fiction? Book a stay at the Old Faithful Inn and see for yourself!
Some park staff have mentioned a lead porter who is still working at the Lake Yellowstone Hotel in spirit form.