< Back to All News

Film Crews Take Over Holbrook for One Night of Ghost Hunting

Film crew including paranormal specialists are preparing to leave the Holbrooke Hotel this morning after spending a full night hunting for ghosts and spirits in the iconic hotel.  Lisa Austin and her husband Michael are filming a television pilot for cable TV featuring nurses and females as the lead investigators. 

“I have had some experience as far as feeling ghosts or something like that for most of my life. My husband and I, just for fun, we would do investigations and record and film and see what we could find and we thought it would be interesting if we did put something different as far as a paranormal show together.”

Throughout the night the team used digital records, a spirit board and EMS technology to search for ghosts. Lisa says she got the strongest feeling for a presence of others in the Mark Twain room in the Holbrooke Upstairs.  She says there is a lot of history in the hotel but she did not feel anything sinister.

“We have heard some of the stories but not some of the specific rooms and we didn’t request rooms. The owner was the one to kind of pick rooms for us to base out of to put our equipment and it happened to be those rooms and I thought that was interesting because I started to realize that he put us in those rooms for a reason.”

Lisa and her husband are with Outback productions and will begin editing their film and hope to have the pilot ready for air soon.

KNCO Web Comments Guidelines

  1. Keep it clean. Comments with inappropriate language, no matter how cleverly spelled or decorated will not be posted.
  2. Comments on the way the story was written or misspelled words will be passed on to the story authors and not posted.
  3. Please use your real name. Anonymous comments or comments posted using a fake name or web handle may not be posted.
  4. Please use your real email address so we can contact you.
  5. No flaming. Any comments that are primarily of a name calling finger pointing nature may not be posted.
  6. The comment section is not a right it is a privilege. KNCO retains all rights as to what is posted on its website.

Leave A Comment

*

*

* captcha