Whistles In The Darkness: Alaska’s Historic Anchorage Hotel

The Historical Anchorage Hotel is a rare gem in the wild wilderness of Alaska that embraces their paranormal guests that never check out. Ghost hunters both independent and professional have created videos that point to evidence of ghostly visitors – all possibly stemming from the mysterious murder of the city’s first Chief of Police,  John “Jack” Sturgus, on  February 20, 1921. And if you’re ever in the area, don’t miss a chance to stop by and see for yourself.

https://youtu.be/mS-9YbZlzi8

Credits and Sources:

https://www.adn.com/alaska-life/2020/01/13/who-killed-anchorages-first-police-chief-nearly-100-years-later-its-still-a-mystery/

https://auntphilstrunk.com/anchorages-first-police-chief-murdered/

https://www.adn.com/features/article/ghost-sightings-downtown-anchorage-hotel-draw-paranormal-investigators/2012/10/31/

https://www.seniorvoicealaska.com/story/2016/06/01/travel/history-haunts-this-landmark-anchorage-hotel/1103.html

https://www.travelchannel.com/videos/anchorage-hotels-busy-ghosts-0195821

https://www.historicanchoragehotel.com/

https://www.brides.com/gallery/haunted-wedding-venues

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