On rare occasions, his ghost will appear with a gaping slash across his neck covered in blood.
Every year, around early August, a shadowy figure walks the beach of the Bali Hai hotel.
The workers there well tell you the stories and you always feel someone watching you at night.
November Correction/Update: Room 309 is haunted by the ghost of Captain Wood.
Add another 0.2 mile walk on an exploration of the lower side of Turtle Mound by following a delineated path from the interpretive sign nearest the water to a promontory below the mound.
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He haunts the rooms there and the bar and dining room you hear footsteps late at night and no one there piano has started playing in the bar at night when its closed and no ones there.
He appears to the workers there and guest he pull there blankets off them at night and moves your shoes and stuff in a neat place he’s a good ghost doesn’t bother anyone but be careful not to trash he room 128 or hell destroy your things and hell mess with you the whole stay.
She has been seen wearing a long gray dress with her hair pulled back in a bun.
This is reportedly Sunshine Gibson, one of the Gibson sisters that owned the hotel in the 1920's.
Turn right at the top to walk out on a deck overlooking both the Mosquito Lagoon and the bright blue of the Atlantic Ocean, all the way north past Bethune Beach.
Mounds of morning glory cover the sand atop the promontory.
The only thing they hear on the receiver is a crackling noise.