About 3 years ago I worked at this little Inn called the Bogan Villa. It has been there since I can remember and has had many different owners over time. The place is more so now a local spot for older women in the community to come and play their vlt machines. This place always gave me the creeps from the moment I had my first interview there. I usually worked alone and the Inn was usually pretty empty, a few rooms rented here and there.
One night as I was sitting there I had seen a light come on from the switchboard phone, which meant someone in that room had picked up their phone. But knowing that this room that was near the back of the hotel was empty I had not checked anyone into that room that night. I didn't pay it much mind at the time, just went about cashing the vlt tickets for the old ladies that were playing that night. I then started taking notice that it would happen more often and in more than one room over the full year I worked there.
A few days later I had mentioned it to the overnight front desk agent Jerry. Jerry told me in an old man calm kind of way to just not pay it any mind. He also told me a story about the 2 big doors leading into the bar one night slammed shut then started rattling. These doors are hooked to the wall and do not just unlock and shut themselves. I will add that walking through those doors into the lounge area had a feeling like someone was always watching you. I was curious then. I started asking questions about anything else that happened and a few of the house keepers had told me in the kitchen, behind the bar cups and saucers would fly off the shelves for no reason. They then told me before I had even mentioned to them my experience of the switchboard lights coming on that sometimes when they walk in to unrented rooms to do their daily rounds TV's will be turned on full blast and phones will be off the hook. They refer to whatever is doing these things as Mr.B.
Supposedly Mr. B use to work there years and years ago and was shot outside in the parking lot and was pretty quiet with a few things happening here and there until the new owners started serious renovations on the building. I haven't been to the Inn since I left but curiosity is getting to me and I would love to spend a night there and see what I can experience.
Any good ideas of what I should do to stir things up a bit (keeping in mind I would like to still show whoever this is the upmost respect possible)