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The Yellowstone Ghosts | The Old Faithful Inn | Yellowstone National Park | Idaho | Paranormal | Historical | Haunting | IdaHaunts | America | BoiCGH

Yellowstone is the worlds very first National Park with over 290 waterfalls and welcomes over 4 million visitors per annum.

Yellowstone was designated a Unesco biosphere reserve in 1976 and a World Heritage Site during in 1978. 

The Park borders Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.

The Old Faithful Inn, located at Yellowstone National Park, Idaho, was built using natural local resources including rhyolite stone, pine and lodgepole. 

The building is split into two structures, the original lodge being the ‘Old House’ and the ‘Old Faithful’ section being constructed where the Old Fountain Hotel once stood.

It is alleged that this inn is actively haunted by multiple ghosts including the spirit of a lady who was allegedly decapitated and murdered here.

Let’s take a look at what some guests had to say.

A lady who stayed in Room 2 claimed she woke up terrified, trembling, as she witnessed an apparition of a female dressed in 1800 era clothing literally floating above her bed. 

One gentleman states witnessing a fire extinguisher, which was securely fixed to the wall, actively rotate multiple times.

Many have report seeing items visibly move unaided, doors opening and closing of their own accord and ghostly silhouettes ascending the staircase.

There are tales of a Headless Bride, believed to be the lady who was decapitated here. She has been sighted peering over a railing looking down into the lobby balcony, attempting to retrieve her severed head.

Could this be the female entity now known to haunt room 2?

There are rumors the tales may have simply fabricated to attract customers. Yet staff who have worked here claim to have encountered the headless bride holding her head in her arms.

What do you think, fact of folklore?

Could there be genuine supernatural activity taking place at this traditional vintage Idaho inn?

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