Uploaded on Aug 29, 2009
We were in the Windsor Hotel in Americus, GA. It's stated to be haunted. A little girl is supposed to haunt the 3rd floor, which was the floor we stayed on. In the video, we are recording with the camera out in front of us. No one's talking or anything. Then you hear HEAVY breathing, but you can only hear it on the video. It wasn't heard in person. Also there's another video, on the same floor near a room that was closed off, the audio started messing up, and this was a brand new camera. It didn't mess up anywhere else. In the early 1900's the head housekeeper lived and worked at the hotel. Her daughter lived at the hotel with her. The head housekeeper and her daughter were both murdered when they was pushed down the elevator well. The ghost of the head housekeeper and the ghost of her daughter still haunt the Windsor Hotel. The woman has been seen reflected in a mirror that is in the hall on the third floor (I seen her in a window and have a photo of it).
The Windsor Hotel was built in 1892 as a retreat for northern hunters and vacationers escaping the cold of winter. The five story, castle like structure is now a year around retreat.
The hotel is a castle like Victorian structure complete with balconies, towers and a three story open atrium lobby. The rooms are individually decorated so that no two rooms are the same. The hotel was designed as a fanciful building, resembling the Hotel Alcazar at St. Augustine, which is now Ripley's Believe It or Not.
The Windsor Hotel was built by a syndicate and named after a community leader, John T. Windsor, as the name was suggestive of aristocratic qualities.
The Windsor Hotel reigns over the historic district in Americus, Georgia. The eclectic Victorian Hotel with an unusual window styles and landmark towers was built in 1892 and takes up nearly a full city block. The spirits of some former employees are said the haunt the premises hotel.
Guests and staff have reported seeing and hearing a little girl on the hotel's third floor. The little girl runs down the hallway at night laughing.
In the early 1900's the head housekeeper lived and worked at the hotel. Her daughter lived at the hotel with her. The head housekeeper and her daughter were both murdered when they was pushed down the elevator well. The ghost of the head housekeeper and the ghost of her daughter still haunt the Windsor Hotel.
The woman has been seen reflected in a mirror that is in the hall on the third floor. The kitchen stall has reported seeing the pots and pans flying around at night. The port and pans are mysteriously misplaced. Radios are also mysteriously turned on and off.
Another spirit at the hotel is Floyd Lowery who worked at the Windsor as a doorman and elevator man for forty years. Floyd was known as a friendly and cordial employee and is a friendly ghost who loves being at the hotel. Floyd's Bar in the hotel is named after this dedicated employee. People who remember Floyd say that he is man that never took a drink, making it ironic that the hotel pub was named after him.
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