posted on Apr, 30 2010 @ 03:02 PM
I was just curious on the consensus of the validity of tourist trappy towns.
What i mean is, as a amatuer hunter myself i find it odd some of the stories that come out of some of these towns. I think they are way overblown for
And even trickery and fakery tactics occuring.
Seems at night you can hear poker being play in the Bird Cage Theatre
at night sometimes.
I cant seem to think how easily these people could set a random timer with a voice recording of a poker game and playing it at certain times of the
night just to boost commerce of return visit and giving people that "WOW" factor.
Living 15 minutes away from Tombstone, AZ
i have frequented there alot. And back in the
80's there was no "Ghost" tours going on. Now with the advent of all these (IMHO edited , or partially edited) shows. Now everyone has a ghost tour
in which they can capitalize on with tourists.
The most seemingly haunted places i have found IMHO are not touristy places like Fairbanks, Charleston, Millville, and others in Arizona.
Im sure the industry isnt just located to Arizona for ghost tours.
I firmly believe it is so bad that there is numerous hoaxes going on in some of these places. Especially haunted hotels... just to get people to saty
there and WOW, BOOM, they get their experience they were seeking by trickery. Which further leads to more visitors and word of mouth stories about