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  • So I am currently inside Ryland Childhood bedroom.

  • Okay, it's awkward.

  • So we decided to come to his home town for the holidays, which is Colorado.

  • It is so much different from where I come from.

  • It's snowing, it's cute.

  • All the neighbors are nice, but it also is home to one of the scariest hotels in the world.

  • This is a story that a lot of people are talking about today about Haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park.

  • Lizzy was a woman who was found living here in the basement, and later that winter they found her frozen to death.

  • Lucy was that you were willing to come out and let us know that you're around Raj in mid sentence, tears in my eyes, just creepy.

  • It's called the Stanley Hotel, and it's actually the hotel.

  • But this shining was based on years.

  • Johnny, have you ever been there?

  • No, we're going there tomorrow, but we'll talk about that later.

  • But before we get to that, your sister is obsessed with ghosts and obsessed with the Stanley Hotel.

  • She's been talking about it to me ever since I met her, but she also thinks that your house is but I have to say When she told me that this house was haunted, I didn't really believe her.

  • And then I slept here all night.

  • There was noises in the walls.

  • Suddenly people running around up and down the stairs.

  • It sounded like there was scratches on the ceiling.

  • There's a lot of people in this house, whatever.

  • I think the house is haunted, but we'll get the true story from your sister.

  • Lied.

  • But also I kind of wanted to make a video here just because I feel like this is weird, but also cool.

  • Like it's the holidays.

  • I'm here in your childhood house with your family.

  • Like I asked your family.

  • It was OK to film, but I've never done this before.

  • Nervous?

  • I have a little bit too, because I don't know what my mom would say on the spot.

  • When you're filling her, I want to interview your mom Thinks could go really bad.

  • Don't make them hate you.

  • This is going well.

  • All right, Let's talk to your sister about the demons in this house.

  • I want you to.

  • Your room is amazing.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Oh, that was my best life.

  • Now we're in a crisis.

  • Like she used to live in Hawaii.

  • And, as you can tell, she still wishes she was there.

  • Okay, So you think this house is haunted?

  • Oh, well, there's faces that appear lost, like in snapshots.

  • You know, you do not feel fear and try with a friend.

  • Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

  • Yeah.

  • I have a lot of friends here that don't really exist.

  • But that's how my life is here.

  • Anyway, save.

  • Let's just snap chat with tears.

  • I'm all right.

  • Here.

  • Do you wanna hold the camera?

  • All right.

  • Tell me about your experiences in this house.

  • Do you want my full back story of how the ghost got here?

  • You brought the ghost here.

  • One of them.

  • My main goes.

  • Her name is Angie.

  • There's this mountain in about 45 minutes away from here called Lookout Mountain.

  • People go there like do crazy kid things, and I got it.

  • So I took a picture by the sign and in this picture of this girl's hair is all over me.

  • And like, whole body figures next to me on that I didn't really think anything avails like no, just picture.

  • And then Ryan was here and I just got, like, really, really scared, like, out of nowhere.

  • And I was like, Oh, and she's here and she's here.

  • I could just feel her.

  • And I don't know why I like her name was Angie.

  • Just waas paralysis, like, three times a week, at least.

  • And it was always the same dream of me in a cave with my hands tied behind my back, and I couldn't move.

  • And it was just this black figure with, like, her hair.

  • Oh, my God.

  • And she would tell me like all I just take me home, Take me home.

  • I need to interject because there's a few things I haven't Even if you've thought about the number one, it is true that ghosts can attach themselves to people, But the one main being that every victim has in common is ghost like to attach themselves to lonely.

  • Oh, that's me.

  • What I'm saying.

  • You've made a bunch of jokes about being lonely, But is that true?

  • Like, are you actually lonely?

  • Yeah.

  • Okay, very Now when you happy encounter with Angie, Where you at?

  • Like a peak of loneliness?

  • Yes.

  • So I dropped out of college frightened started All my friends went to college.

  • So all my friends were out living these great life's and I was here by myself.

  • So it was a time of peak sadness.

  • So I think she kind of was with me and just going with me.

  • She's like a little vacation like me, my friend.

  • Like I thought, This is getting really dark, I think.

  • Ugo.

  • I took her back to the sign and I took the picture of her and I was like, Okay, like your home.

  • You can go home now like we're here and then I haven't had a dream sense, but I think she still comes back to check up on me like we're still like homies.

  • We'll show you your room.

  • So this is gonna be the picture that you took where you felt like she was standing next to you.

  • It is.

  • Okay, so that is a picture of you standing in front of stops under something.

  • So then we noticed that this girl's hair, and like her whole side of a figure, is all next to me.

  • But I was the only person there because my friend was taking the picture.

  • She's And it's obviously not my hair because I don't have black crazy hair and you can see, like, cruel and Oh, my God, That's if you want to see in my dreams.

  • So she was just He had this, like, crazy black five.

  • Have you Cygnus picture?

  • No, you haven't seen this.

  • I mean, if I have, it's been here.

  • Oh, my God.

  • When you go back to it Oh, my God, that is creating.

  • So this was, like maybe November, December and a few months back in, like may of that year, a girl got murdered and thrown off the thing, so it made it look like she committed suicide.

  • But it was actually a murder, but they never found her murderer.

  • So you think that was her?

  • Oh, yeah.

  • So then I started researching, like deaths that it happened on this mountain and the girl that fell off the mountain and her name was Angela.

  • I didn't know that before I started telling Ryland that Angie was in our house.

  • How How?

  • Okay, first of all, how have you not been telling me all about this?

  • You know I'm not into the start.

  • You can't look at that picture and tell me that's not the scariest thing you've ever seen.

  • See, majority of this people in this zip code just think I'm mentally unstable, so they don't believe me.

  • What about the Snapchats thing is what I get.

  • Good.

  • Okay, so when I call her, sometimes she shows up Angie's on, then and stick your tongue out if I'm gonna be alone forever.

  • Oh, I love that one at least.

  • Cause if she's gonna be my friend, at least she's honest.

  • Forges.

  • Morgan, this is not okay.

  • I know.

  • Then I was thinking maybe it's just the two things on that.

  • But then I was trying to in other places and she shows up other places too.

  • Like she's just kind of everywhere all the time.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Seriously kill.

  • Oh, my God.

  • It happens all the time.

  • I I'm so freaked out.

  • Right way.

  • I want to try.

  • Yeah, usually I'm cold.

  • You think we're crazy?

  • Yeah, I got 100%.

  • Even our parents probably don't believe you know I believe you, but because you guys are both didn't 15 minutes ago and now I d'oh, Angie and G, you look crazy.

  • Maybe it's only one of you hear it?

  • You try it.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Okay, here's why.

  • I think it's really if it was just like, Oh, my dresser looks like a face or something.

  • Then it would do it every time.

  • But the fact that it doesn't do it every time and it did for a split second, and then you screamed and went away.

  • She's here.

  • Yeah.

  • Hi.

  • You're so, like, comfortable with it.

  • Yeah, I think she protects me.

  • Kind of.

  • Maybe she thinks I just need a friend, and I think she wants to be my friend.

  • Okay, I'm gonna go have fun with your friends.

  • How, um how I know she's here.

  • Oh, I think she really likes the bathroom.

  • Sometimes I'll hear like tappings, but it's always like the same tap.

  • It's like every time.

  • And it used to really freak me out, but it doesn't anymore.

  • Well, it's breaking me out, so I'm gonna go.

  • You have fun with your friend?

  • Um, I will see you later tonight.

  • All right.

  • Shane, are you ready to interview my mom?

  • What?

  • Did you interview me on my twitter?

  • So, do you like me?

  • No, seriously.

  • What are your honest thoughts of me being with your son?

  • Well, first I was like, Who is this guy?

  • But now we wait.

  • Wait.

  • What do you mean first?

  • You were nervous.

  • Nervous?

  • What did you think?

  • I wasa crazy person?

  • No, I I just not.

  • But now you like me.

  • I love you.

  • Well, since I started dating Ryland, he's kind of become a youtuber.

  • What are your thoughts on that?

  • I think it's great.

  • No, I think it's great.

  • I'm proud of this little daily updates.

  • Little How would you feel about us getting married?

  • I tried to imagine that actually would be heaven Colorado what we have in California.

  • I've already gone there.

  • Yeah, really?

  • Well, yeah.

  • You thought about it?

  • Of course I have, wouldn't you?

  • Well, yeah, Yeah, you guys are you guys even everyone.

  • So I'll bring up kids.

  • And who do you think would be the bride?

  • Ok, another question.

  • So your daughter seems to think that this house is haunted.

  • Our house is not just a vivid imagination.

  • Tiu Well, you want me to tell you this house was built on an Indian burial ground?

  • What?

  • We read something in the documents that say that at one point, this was indeed, like an Indian burial ground or something.

  • And then the railroads bought it, and I find that.

  • Are you serious?

  • I don't really want Morgan to know.

  • Are you serious?

  • Yeah, I'm serious.

  • Look at her face.

  • Are you serious?

  • You're kidding.

  • No, I'm really not saying there was something about I thought they mentioned.

  • Like this was Indian burial grounds, and then the railroad purchased it for something.

  • Well, how fast And if you remember stuff, you're joking.

  • I'm not joking.

  • There is one strange thing.

  • Ali will not go past those stairs over there to go to the restroom like he will not go down.

  • Well, wait, let's try it.

  • Let's get the dog on.

  • Let's see if you'll go into that, right?

  • That's right.

  • See?

  • So he really wants the streets?

  • Oh, no.

  • Todo Where are you?

  • Get the treat.

  • Treat.

  • Oh, my God.

  • He is scared.

  • Yeah, he doesn't go down.

  • Okay, you are good.

  • Oh, it's so Oh, my God.

  • Come here before Ali.

  • Wait.

  • He's terrified.

  • So you think it's a map after?

  • Well, just he won't ask this.

  • He won't go past here.

  • Yeah, Maybe it's the old school pictures he doesn't like.

  • I do have to say, though, honestly, like, this area of the house is, ah, 100 times colder than the rest of the house.

  • Yeah, it is immediately.

  • Seven degrees cooler.

  • Well, since we're looking around the house, I want to show us all of Ryland told embarrassing pictures.

  • There used to be quite a few pictures in here.

  • Oh, yeah, He said you were holster.

  • You make me go in that stinky loud store I love when you just throw Ryan over your shoulder like he's a ragdoll.

  • When did you know he was gay?

  • Actually, I've kind of always known it.

  • Even my best friend.

  • We used to talk about it and she'd say, You know, he's okay, right?

  • Yes.

  • So this was Ryan.

  • Oh, where they would have kicked my ass.