Check out this article from foxnews.com/travel that describes Henry Yau's stay at The Stanley Hotel. Yau is public relations director for Children's Museum of Houston. That's important, because it means he's just another guy. He's not a ghost hunter or someone trying to create a story.
During his stay at the Stanley, Yau snapped several pictures of the hotel. Because he does not like people "in" his pictures, Yau waited until the gand stairwell in the lobby was clear; he ten took a picture on his iphone.
While Yau was in the lobby, he used the panoramic feature on his iPhone to capture a full view of the grand stairwell.
The fox article describes what happened next:
That night when Yau went to bed he says he became “strangely ill.” Feeling uncharacteristically queasy, he didn’t sleep well. But the real surprise came when he was scrolling through his hotel shots the next morning.
When he looked at the photo the next morning, Yau was startled to see a figure at the top of the stairs. Yau posted the photo on Facebook with a red circle around the unidentified mass, captioning the creepy image "By golly! I think I may have captured a #ghost at #StanleyHotel. #EstesPark.”
“I honestly don't know who this figure could be,” said Yau. “When I was there, I took a historic tour and they said all ghosts who roam there are happy ghosts. So I'm hoping this one was a happy one.”Think that's freaky? Check out what happened when Jim Carrey stayed at the Stanley! Talk Stephen King: jim-carrey-flees-room-217