I'm Elnora. I was gone for a while from this site, but now I'm back.
My sister went to a popular town in Colorado for a vacation. She was staying in a older historic hotel that was built in the 1880's. It's a beautiful place that has kept almost all of it original, Victorian style- going as far as finding antique printed wallpaper and finding plush velvet for the drapes.
She instantly told me that she felt a bit uneasy in the hotel itself. She was fine elsewhere in the city, but when she entered the hotel, she had the feeling of being watched. Her room was fairly small and simple- an antique bed, a bathroom, a closet, and assorted pieces of antique furniture but she didn't feel very comfortable in it. The first night, every time she fell asleep, she would jump awake with a start. She reasoned it was probably just anxiety from sleeping in an unfamiliar place- and a place that she didn't feel entirely comfortable in- and went about her day. She did have a general feeling of being unwelcome.
After half a day of wandering, she came back to the hotel to take a nap and freshen up a bit. After awhile, my sister jumps awake out of nowhere. She then notices a fresh bruise on her thigh (about the size and shape of a finger) that she swears was not there when she fell asleep. It was near the inside of her thigh, which would be a difficult place to accidentally hit against something. She messaged me with a picture (I'm not going to post it because I don't think my sister would appreciate that) and we discussed options on how it could have happened. All she did was walk around a bit and get some lunch and she couldn't think of anything she hit against that could have left a very defined bruise on her thigh.
That night, she gets woken up again, and this time there is a bruise on her hip- again in a strange place to find a bruise since it was more towards her stomach. By now, she is completely unsettled and figures out that she feels more uncomfortable near the closet in the room, but she is unable to figure out why. She wanted to burn sage in the room, but it was a non-smoking room and she was concerned about a fine. She only had one more night there, so she let it go and decided to try to ignore it the best that she could.
And yes, on her final morning there, there was another bruise -smaller than the other one- one the same thigh as the first bruise.
She was exhausted and pretty much done with the hotel forever at that point in time. Her only working theories are that she became clumsier than normal and can't remember it, or there was something in her room that either didn't want her there or thought it was hilarious to mess with her. Overall, she left with three weird bruises and an interesting story to tell.