Image: Stairwell between the 7th and 8th floors of the north tower.
The north tower had some interesting readings, especially on the 8th floor. It oozed high EMF levels. All readings hovered around 1.5 mG and we had spikes as high as 64 mG on the Mel Meter. Now, we were able to debunk some of these spikes. There is quite a bit of poor grounding on the electrical wiring and the hotel has wifi hot spots located in the corners of floor. We believe this elevates the ambient EMF.
The north tower is just creepy. The management group hasn’t remodeled it as much as the south tower. It looks like a horror movie set.
Image: Suite 800, seen in infrared, in the north tower.
We did stop by Suite 800, a room for one of Al Capone’s henchmen, and had no special changes in measurement. Colleen and Saleen didn’t sense any ghostly activity, either. We did begin to feel very, very nauseous in the north tower. This is a common side effect of high EMF.
We also stopped by Room 666. It’s true – the room is sealed behind a wall. The room order goes: Room 664 – a slight indentation of a door – Room 668. We also didn’t pick up any changes in EMF or temperature.
Jacob Rice began investigating and writing about the paranormal in 2007. He has published 3 books on ghost hunting, ghost stories and paranormal protection. His podcast, Ghostly Activities, dives into these topics even more. You can also watch his ghost hunts on the Ghostly Activities YouTube channel. He lives in Olympia, Washington.