If you are planning a trip to Yosemite National Park, you might be wondering where to stay. One of the options is Yosemite View Lodge, a hotel located just outside the park’s entrance in El Portal, California. But before you book your room, you might want to know if this place is haunted.
According to some reports on haunted house websites, Yosemite View Lodge is home to some shadowy apparitions that appear in guest rooms. Some guests have also reported hearing strange noises, feeling cold spots, and experiencing other paranormal phenomena.
It is impossible to verify the authenticity of the reports posted on such sites. However, these hauntings can be attributed to the creepy urban legends surrounding the Yosemite National Park.
The hotel is built on or near an ancient Native American burial ground. Yosemite National Park is rich in Native American history and culture, and many tribes have lived in or near the area for thousands of years. Some of these tribes believed that certain places were sacred or inhabited by spirits and that disturbing them could anger the dead.
The park is full of stories of mysterious creatures, sinister spirits, and unsolved mysteries that could inspire fear and imagination in anyone.
For example, some people claim that Yosemite is home to Bigfoot, a hairy humanoid creature that roams the woods. Others say that the park’s waterfalls are haunted by a siren-like spirit called Po-ho-no, which lures people to death. Some even report seeing “nightcrawlers”, strange alien stick-like creatures that walk through the woods.
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, Yosemite View Lodge is a place that might give you chills. But it is also a place that offers stunning views of the Merced River, cozy fireplaces, indoor and outdoor pools, and easy access to Yosemite’s natural wonders. So if you are brave enough to stay there, you might have a memorable experience – for better or for worse.