Halloween Monster’s Ball in New York City at The Jane Hotel on Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

Halloween Monster’s Ball in New York City at The Jane Hotel on Tuesday, October 31st, 2017



The Jane hotel is known to be haunted. The story all starts with the sinking of the Titanic (read below). What better place to be on Halloween night than an authentically haunted hotel? The usual old style decor will be complimented with Halloween themed decorations to really embrace the haunted theme. Our Monster’s Ball will start with the best djs for this spooky night. Animal Status comprised of “Sway in The Morning” duo DJ Wonder & DB are Halloween fanatics, in addition to being fanatics of all things hip-hop, pop as well as 80’s and 90’s. You can be sure to hear some of today’s trap hits mixed in with tracks from 80’s vampire classic The Lost Boys. The Jane Hotel’s haunting story below… On the morning of April 15th, 1912, 1503 people that were on board the Titanic died. Within an hour, the rescue ship Carpathia finally made it to the site of the disaster and began the task of picking up the 705 survivors that were in the lifeboats. For the next four days, the Carpathia headed for New York, and finally arrived, on April 19th. When the survivors got back to the United States, there was an inquiry waiting that a senator named William Alden Smith organized. A ship had sunk at sea, and Americans had died, and William Alden Smith wanted answers as to exactly what had happened. While the hearings were going on, the survivors stayed at the Jane Street Hotel, which at that time was known as the American Seaman’s Friend Society Sailors’ Home and Institute. The hotel housed the Titanic survivors that stayed here while Smith’s hearings were going on, and some people who have stayed at the Jane Hotel claim that those crew members and survivors never left. The memorial that was held at the Jane to mourn the loss of the Titanic, her crew, and passengers, did not put the rest the spirits of those very passengers. There are cold spots that appear and disappear periodically throughout the old building. According to paranormal investigators, cold spots are an indication of spirit activity. Many guests of the Jane have reported having problems with the elevator, and claim that sometimes that elevator will go up and down entirely on its own. While walking down the long halls, guests have reported seeing transparent figures, hearing the sound of sobbing, and the pitiful moans of unfathomable grief. The sounds are said to come from the Titanic crew members, who were mourning their lost colleagues, while others who have these sounds claim it is the spirits of the crew that survived and passengers that died who have now come to the Jane for their eternal rest.

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Halloween Monster's Ball in New York City at The Jane Hotel on Tuesday, October 31st, 2017
Location
The Jane Hotel, 113 Jane St,New York,NY10014
Starting on
2017-10-31
Ending on
2017-11-01
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The Jane hotel is known to be haunted. The story all starts with the sinking of the Titanic (read below). What better place to be on Halloween night than an authentically haunted hotel? The usual old style decor will be complimented with Halloween themed decorations to really embrace the haunted theme. Our Monster’s Ball will start with the best djs for this spooky night. Animal Status comprised of “Sway in The Morning” duo DJ Wonder & DB are Halloween fanatics, in addition to being fanatics of all things hip-hop, pop as well as 80’s and 90’s. You can be sure to hear some of today’s trap hits mixed in with tracks from 80’s vampire classic The Lost Boys. The Jane Hotel’s haunting story below… On the morning of April 15th, 1912, 1503 people that were on board the Titanic died. Within an hour, the rescue ship Carpathia finally made it to the site of the disaster and began the task of picking up the 705 survivors that were in the lifeboats. For the next four days, the Carpathia headed for New York, and finally arrived, on April 19th. When the survivors got back to the United States, there was an inquiry waiting that a senator named William Alden Smith organized. A ship had sunk at sea, and Americans had died, and William Alden Smith wanted answers as to exactly what had happened. While the hearings were going on, the survivors stayed at the Jane Street Hotel, which at that time was known as the American Seaman’s Friend Society Sailors’ Home and Institute. The hotel housed the Titanic survivors that stayed here while Smith’s hearings were going on, and some people who have stayed at the Jane Hotel claim that those crew members and survivors never left. The memorial that was held at the Jane to mourn the loss of the Titanic, her crew, and passengers, did not put the rest the spirits of those very passengers. There are cold spots that appear and disappear periodically throughout the old building. According to paranormal investigators, cold spots are an indication of spirit activity. Many guests of the Jane have reported having problems with the elevator, and claim that sometimes that elevator will go up and down entirely on its own. While walking down the long halls, guests have reported seeing transparent figures, hearing the sound of sobbing, and the pitiful moans of unfathomable grief. The sounds are said to come from the Titanic crew members, who were mourning their lost colleagues, while others who have these sounds claim it is the spirits of the crew that survived and passengers that died who have now come to the Jane for their eternal rest.
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