By Rachel Roberts
I’m not sure I believe in ghosts, but I try to keeo an open mind, and when the travel magazine I write for asked me to do a tour of the Haunted Hotels of Britain, I agreed. I was curious, and prepared to be surprised.
I soon realized that the more a hotel and its staff publicized their ghosts, the less likely you were to have a scary experience. At a luxurious hotel in a Scottish castle, the staff had all been dressed in period costume. One man had even been wearing a headless horseman outfit, with very obvious eyeholes in the chest. It was too theatrical to be frightening.
Argomenti: fiction, rachel roberts, the haunted hotel
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