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Over the years, stories have emerged of spectral sightings on the spot of Catherine Eddowe's gruesome murder, often occurring around the anniversary of her death.
Cleaning staffs have experienced cold spots and spectral visitors in certain parts of the hotel, and one guest, who'd been in town for a convention, ended up leaving town early after an unnerving run-in.
Underneath a spectral nightie, a model wore an aqua-blue T-shirt with a Warhol car-crash image.
The spectral visitors dressed nattily, alternately as French and Indians.
And a fountain-of-youth version of Deckerd’s lady love femme fatale Rachael, played by Sean Young in the earlier movie, appears as a spectral temptation.
Crowds gather for pictures in front of its spectral carriage hearse and to score a photo with resident ghoul Lady Carlotta, who only makes appearances during Mickey's Not-So-Scary party.
Voyager never got to see down to the surface of Titan because the capabilities of the camera, the imaging system, were exactly mismatched to the spectral absorbing characteristics of the atmosphere.
And with petit fours and a pink fan by her side, Grimes certainly looked ready for any spectral function.
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