The Biography Channel Features Eureka Springs Ghost Stories on Saturday

Jill M. Rohrbach

Eureka Springs  will be featured on The Biography Channel at 9 p.m. central time this Saturday during the season finale of the popular paranormal television show, My Ghost Story.

The story of the Bryce family, who recently stayed at the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa will be featured in the last episode of the season. They apparently experienced an exceptional amount of paranormal activity. The title of their segment is Spooky Family Vacation. In it they explain the ghostly photographic evidence they captured during their stay. In addition to their photos of orbs, they will recount seeing a chair moving without apparent cause or reason.

The program will be the second episode of My Ghost Story filmed in Eureka Springs at The Crescent Hotel, also billed as “America’s Most Haunted Hotel.” The hotel offers ghost tours and ghost packages.

Perched like a castle on a hill overlooking the town, the historic hotel is located in the historic district that has more than 100 restored Victorian shops, restaurants and galleries. The hotel retains its 19th-century character with its Victorian-style Crystal Dining Room Restaurant and antique furnishings in all guest rooms. The resort boasts 12 acres of gardens, private cottages, swimming pool, walking trails and mountain views, Jacuzzi and penthouse suites, premium doubles, kings and king balcony rooms.



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