The Scene = Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Spring 2007.
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel (Place in Hollywood History)
The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel hosted the presentation of the 1st Academy Awards in 1929 inside its Blossom ballroom. Later ceremonies were much larger than this banquet for 250, so there was never an attempt to host the awards at the hotel a second time.
Actress Frances Farmer was the guest of honor in the early 1950s after appearing on This Is Your Life. Marilyn Monroe was a resident at the Hollywood Roosevelt for two years when her modeling career took off. Her first magazine shoot was taken in the Roosevelt. The hotel’s remodeled pool contains an underwater mural painted by David Hockney.
There have been many rumors of hauntings at this hotel. Some involve celebrities, such as Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, and Errol Flynn. Others involve a little girl in a blue dress. There have also been reports of cold spots, photographic “orbs”, and mysterious phone calls to the hotel operator.
Source (Read More): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollywood_Roosevelt_Hotel
Moral Of The Story (Thinking Outlud)
While sitting here on a late Spring Tuesday afternoon at Starbucks while pondering on some story concepts, the subject of paranormal activities popped up and led me to question why most movies and stories about the paranormal tend to be horror movies, and how cold it would be to learn that someone somewhere, would prefer for there to be fear of the paranormal so that one would be reluctant to look there for real solutions and run away from it, even though it is there (in the unknown) where they are often found.
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A paranormal perspective to consider.