Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Miami Heat REFUSE to Stay at the Pfister Hotel

The Pfister Hotel was built in 1893 as a “Grand Hotel of the West”. It’s been the premier accommodation downtown in Milwaukee ever since. Guido Pfister, the original owner of the Pfister Hotel, died in 1889 before he could see his blueprints come to life. His son, Charles Pfister, took control of the property in hopes to live up to his father’s potential idea.
   Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, WI

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Ohio University's Dark Past Comes Back to Haunt their Students

Ohio University is an NCAA Division 1 university that competes in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) which resides in Athens, Ohio. Athens is known as one of the most haunted cities in the entire world because of incredibly scary haunted places like Simms Cemetery, the Athens’ Lunatic Asylum and the Screaming Hollow.

Athens, Ohio is FULL of scary places straight out of horror films:

Monday, October 24, 2016


The Claremont Hotel & Spa in Berkeley, California is a historic, 279-room monster building and is a treasure to many Bay Area natives. On a hot summer’s day in 1901, before the Claremont’s construction, a glorious castle built by the Ballard Family burned to the ground while they were away on vacation. Only the stables and barn survived the blaze. To this day, guests of the hotel can smell smoke in otherwise smoke-free rooms.

The Claremont was later build in 1915. Some say that during their first few years in service a little girl died of unknown causes in room 422. From that day forward, the 4th floor of Claremont has been ravaged by ghosts of not only the little girl, but of other souls of children she brings to the Claremont to play with forever.

                                                   Claremont Hotel & Spa, Berkeley, CA  

Saturday, October 22, 2016

SCARY NIGHTS AT THE 103-year old Oklahoma City Thunder Skirvin Hotel

After the Supersonics relocated to Oklahoma City, the Thunder have had one of the most intimidating home court advantages. The fans are loud. I mean LOUD. The highest recorded decibels in Chesapeake Energy Arena have reached up to almost 110 decibels. Just to put it into perspective, a thunderclap is 120 decibels. The reason their fan base is called “LOUD CITY” is because they are LITERALLY almost as loud as Thunder (I see what you did there, OKC). Let’s not forget they also had two of the best five players in the NBA in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook (this is a real horror story in the NBA).

Friday, October 21, 2016

10 Basketball Stories That Will Make You Never Want to Play Alone Again

Okay, let me get this out of the way. I have ALWAYS believed in ghosts and to this day I believe that we interact with ghosts without even knowing it. Have you ever felt as if someone was watching you? Have you ever asked your friend “did you say something” and their answer was “no”? Have you heard sounds in your house when you’re alone? Have you shot a ball and missed when you know damn well you’re way too good to be missing baskets? If you answered yes to any of the previous questions, you’ve probably encountered a ghost. Except for the last question. If you answered yes to the last one you’re probably a pretentious d*ck.