Ripley’s Believe It or Not – Haunted Hollywood

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What do you call a mummy with one foot that is walking across the floor? One footed mummy!

Ripley’s Believe it or Not, Hollywood, California is the most haunted location. The crew from the Ghost Adventures from the Travel Channel investigated the place, and it was the scariest place they have ever investigated. They have shrunken heads, body parts, and sinister histories. If the tour guide told you not to touch anything, don’t touch anything. Spirits can follow you.

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This foot is 2,000 years old, and it belongs to a mummy. When Zac was holding it in his hand during a lockdown procedure investigation, he describes that the foot was heavy. And by using a spectrum camera that can see ghost or entities, they picked up a skeleton spirit that was attached to the foot and another one beside him. It looked like one was trying to kick Zac to the floor. While he was holding it, it looks like he had a vision of woman pharaoh and the foot belong to her. Wow, Tom Cruise movie the Mummy was true after all. There’s evil in the museum.

Aaron was infected by the skull that was tuck away in a cave-like structure in the walls. He opened the box and there it was, a skull was in the box, and it was preserved for many years. In cold and damp location where it won’t deteriorate.  It made Aaron dizzy, and he was confused about where he was going. Plus, the structures of the cave can be very claustrophobia.

They have a Tribal Room, in it, it’s the most impressive room and be warned. They have the West Africa Nail Fetish Voodoo Doll and other real skulls that possessed evil in the place. Ripley had collected them during his visit to Africa in the 1920’s. (sorry no pictures) You have been warned!

Below the museum where the employees work or where they take a break, it’s the haunted area. The employees have seen and heard apparitions.

The museum is interactive; you can play Grab the Ruby, Roll your Tongue in front of the mirror, and other fun stuff.

Watch the episode here  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsAOjRQmOkE

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Tom Cruise in Top Gun 2

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Do you feel the need? The need for “Top Gun” Sequel? 30 years ago after the release of Tom Cruise career define movie. The sequel is now confirmed the producer David Ellison and Cruise himself will reprise his role as Maverick in Top Gun 2. Co-producer Jerry Bruckheimer has drop hints that the sequel will feature today’s military aircraft technology. Tom Cruise will prove that drones are still no match for real pilots.

A ghost Audition for the X-Factor

What could scare a Simon Cowell? A ghost. The place they were staying at was The Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa in Dallas,Texas for their audition for the X-factor, a new reality talent show coming soon on FOX.  Who ever book him to this place did not know this place was haunted. But this place is absolutely beautiful and luxury rooms and it was built in 1923, the year should have given the PR a clue.

Designed by architect F.J. Woerner in the Beaux Arts style and predominantly built by local contractors, the 11-story concrete fireproof structure adorned with stone, terra cotta, and brick marked the beginning of modern, luxury high rise living in Dallas. At the time, it was the tallest hotel west of the Mississippi offering “fine” views of the city from its prominent suburban address inOak Lawn–“out of the turmoil and dirt of the city.”

Guests socialized in the elegant lobby, women’s sun parlor, and men’s smoking lounge on the first floor. The eleventh floor was a magnificent ballroom/solarium for special functions and a dining room serving the finest continental cuisine overlooking the city. Building amenities included a children’s gymnasium, beauty shop and barbershop, a grocery store in the basement, and The Stoneleigh Court’s own refrigerating plant, radio station, and 40-car parking garage.

Highlighting The Stoneleigh’s long list of notable guests have been such luminaries as Frank Lloyd Wright, Lauren Bacall, Jack Benny, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, The Metropolitan Opera Company, Carol Burnett, Carol Channing, Tom Cruise, Robert Duvall, Darrell Royal, Paul Simon, LeAnn Rimes, and Oliver Stone. The Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa is also member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “Historic Hotels of America”.

And I think the celebrities who stayed there have their share of ghost stories too. Simon Cowell was the first to notice when he entered the building, and he was about to be checked into his room. He felt someone was watching him, a presence in the room, like the owner of the place was staring at him and trying to find out who was Simon Cowell and what he was doing in the room and his hotel. Simon Cowell had a weird feeling about this, and his co-worker thought he was a diva and wanted to change hotels. So they did, they change hotels.

This old creepy hotel had renovations done to make it exquisite and beautiful with a lot of features included. It sure is a one stop place one can do anything without leaving the place.