Hello readers! I’m here today to talk about 2 documentaries I recently view, both of them on the infamous hotel situated in Los Angeles: The Cecil Hotel.
The first is the show on Netflix called Crime Scene: The vanishing at the Cecil Hotel.
I heard about this case from GA (Ghost Adventures), but it was interesting to know more about the vanishing of Elisa Lam.
There are facts, interviews with detectives, employeers of the hotel, and a conclusion that I didn’t like. I wouldn’t talk about it to not spoiler, but it doesn’t sound true for me.
The second series is the special episode of Ghost Adventures that you can watch on Discovery+. I can’t find a trailer on Youtube, sorry, but there’s the complete episode, if you don’t have Discovery+.
I’m a fan of Ghost Adventures for years, and I really liked this episode. When the medium steps in some rooms and gets some intense reactions it really scares me. The Cecil hotel has a sad past and lot of murders and suicide had taken places there. It’s not a Hotel I will be staying in! It has definitely something dark and sinister, even with that beautiful art decò hall.
As for the conclusion of the investigation of the murder of Elisa Lam, my opinion is a blend of the explanations between the two documentaries. If you are interested, on Youtube you can find a lot of paranormal videos about the hotel, and some experts (psychologists, detectives, etc…) talking about the Netflix show and analizing the people inteviewed there.
Please pay attention, as both the documentaries shows scenes of death, suicide, drugs, guns, rape and blood. They aren’t suitable for younger viewers.
Have you seen this shows? What you think about it?