When the Russel Rush Haunted Tour stopped by the hotel to film, though, she told the crew that she and others have seen the ghost of the young girl killed by Wilhelm Faust roaming around the hotel playing with a ball, and the spirit of a prostitute who used to bring clients to the place in the 1880s. Ghedi also claims that ghosts have thrown heavy radiators and other objects across rooms and that people have felt their eyes being scratched in bathrooms. On the paranormal TV show Strange Town , ghost hunters saw mysterious mist floating through one of the hotel’s historic rooms during the night.
The pineco stopped on me and I could remember shaking like crazy. The 1st thing I told him to was if he can make it cold. I felt a colder every 2nd question was if he could push my pencil,and it actually moved! I’m serious! I was feeling really sick after that the last question was about the weather. I asked him if he can make it rain,and he said no. I asked if I could end the game,but the first 2 time he said no. I was on the verge of tears when it landed on yes. I thought I safe. When I came home the first thing I saw was a doll sitting on the couch. At first I thought it was normal,but when I went to my room to change,it was sitting on the floor. It couldn’t be my brother,cause he was at the afterschool program,or my sister and mother cause my stepfather,mother,and sister were at a doctors appointment. My grandma was taking a nap so it couldn’t have been her either. I ran back to my room shaking like crazy. I asked my grandma if she had a cross or something holy to hang on my room.
In his 2011 book That Is All , John Hodgman titles a chapter about taking a cruise "A Totally Fun Thing I Would Do Again as Soon as Possible." The name of the 2012 Simpsons episode " A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again " also references the title essay. Tina Fey's 2011 memoir Bossypants also includes a chapter on her own cruise experience, entitled My Honeymoon: Or, A Supposedly Fun Thing That I’ll Never Do Again Either , in which she jokingly suggests that those who've heard of Wallace's book should consider themselves members of the "cultural elite", who hate their country and flag.