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One of our readers shares the following, please note events described occurred a decade ago:

 

"This incident took place at The Prince George Hotel in Kingston Ontario (Which is now residence for Queens University students)Whenever I visited Kingston I always stayed at The Prince George Hotel. I stayed in this hotel for about 7 years (Approx 20 times) until it became Queens residence. I was aware that this Hotel may be haunted through a 'Ghost Walk Tour' I had taken while I previously lived in Kingston.

The reason I stayed at this Hotel was that it was inexpensive and close to the nightlife area of Kingston which was why I was there. I wasn't Ghost Hunting by any means. There were two rooms that I only ever stayed in (without any incidents) located somewhere in the middle of the Hotel? On one of my last visits they gave a different room on the second floor which faced the harbour front. This was the one and only time I stayed in this room. As for the story, I went out for a couple of drinks & I think I arrived back at the Hotel around 1am. I always leave the bathroom light on so I can see when I return. I went to bed and I always sleep with every light off (I always have) I woke up around 3:30am to find that both lamps on either side of the bed were mysteriously on? They were touch lamps. I reached over to turn the lamp off that was on my side of the bed & then I had to roll onto the other side of the bed to turn the other lamp off. When I flipped over on to the other side of the bed (keep in mind it's summer, it's very hot & I'm sleeping above the covers) an unbelievable breath taking chill enveloped me. It wasn't my entire body though, it was only my torso & my head which were the body parts I need to lay on the other side of the bed to turn off the light. My legs weren't affected (my legs stayed on my side of the bed) I'm just trying to paint you a picture of my body position in respect to the other worldly chill. I actually shot right up out of bed I made the exact same dramatic breath taking gasp that Jo-Beth Williams made in the movie Poltergeist when her daughters spirit moved through her. The other worldly intense cold literally takes your breath away (No bullshit!) I managed to fall asleep again but I was still conscious enough to not drift over to the other side of the bed.

I had to check-out in the morning & head back home which is in Bolton, Ontario. 3 months later I returned again for a visit. They gave me one of the other 2 rooms that they always gave me. Still intrigued by what happened to me on my last visit, I decided to go on the Haunted Ghost Walk tour of Kingston because I remembered over a decade ago on my first Haunted Ghost Walk tour that this building was one of the sites with a story. I just couldn't remember the story? It turns out that this was a very old building which was obvious. There was a lady living in this building (just a house at that time) over a hundred years ago that left a light on for a sailor she was courting. One night he didn't show up & the candle started a fire, killing her. The area of the house where this happened was the same room I was staying.

Having explained my story, it's really not a haunting as it was an odd unexplainable experience. If I was asked to explain it. I would have to say I simply rolled over onto a spirit that was laying down in the bed beside me. I didn't see, hear, smell or touch her but the undeniable intense chill that ran through me & made me gasp for air will not be forgotten even almost 10 years later as I write this."

 

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