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Guests have reported seeing the misty form of a ghost in the corridors of the hotel. It is believed to be one of the workmen who died during the building’s construction.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Address:
3900 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV
United States

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GPS:
36.09561008178378, -115.17600488732569
County:
Clark County, Nevada
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  1. I can’t speak on the subject of the actual ghost itself– I can however, tell you about the doomed construction worker’s accident, as an ex-boyfriend of mine was on the job site working the day the poor guy died, in a horrible horrible manner. Apparently, the worker was taking his lunch break, on one of the upper levels. He sat down on an air duct of some kind, but the top layer of metal was just a thin sheet, and so it buckled under the worker’s weight, sending him sliding down however many endless stories, to the ground below. This would not perhaps have been fatal, depending on the chutes angle, I guess– it could have been like a really, really long scary and fast slide…. But… at the junction of every new floor level (and he slid through something like 39, if I recall) there were four metal bolts sticking out some ways into the corners of the shaft. My ex said that they could hear the poor guy screaming in agony and thumping down at every new floor, for the first few floors that he dropped down through. Then, the guy stopped screaming, and at the end of the slide, when he finally reached the bottom level of the shaft, and workers opened up the casing, all that was left of the poor guy was, “a loose, ground up pile of meat”. Shudder. According to my ex, the poor guy was somehow still alive when loaded up into the ambulance, but died immediately afterwards. He also mentioned the fact that, when construction workers later accessed the interior of the vent shaft that the guy slid down, they found finger nail scratch marks embedded into the metal sides of the shaft, nearly all the way down. Talk about horrifying ways to go!

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