“Keeping Warm” at the Julian Gold Rush Hotel.

Photo taken at the Julian Gold Rush Hotel in San Diego County. This one wasn’t staged. One of the cast members was literally warming up by the stove during a break in the shoot/paranormal investigation.

The Julian Gold Rush Hotel’s history and ghost legends are discussed in the book HAUNTED BY HISTORY VOL. 1: SEPARATING THE FACTS AND LEGENDS OF EIGHT HISTORIC HOTEL AND INNS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA by Craig Owens. Did you know that it recently won an award and received a Publishers Weekly star review?

Why did Owens stage elaborate photos in haunted hotels like the Julian Gold Rush Hotel? Simple. He feels that renting an entire location for three-four days to conduct a multi day photo shoot/paranormal investigation is the best way to test haunted claims. Plus who can deny the beauty and eeriness of Julian in the wee hours of the morning?

Did he and his crew encounter any ghosts at the there? Maybe. Maybe not. All the info is in the book…plus a detailed history and the hotel’s rich history. HAUNTED BY HISTORY is also the only book to thoroughly address the its haunted reputation.

About the Photo:

As for the “Keeping Warm,” its beauty and romanticism stands out on its own. It makes a wonderful gift for your ghostly friends or for yourself. In fact, Owens took the photo around 2 a.m. in the morning. Talk about eerie!

Make a statement in any room with this framed poster printed on high quality paper, with a partly glossy, partly matte finish.

• Alder, semi-hardwood frame
• Black color
• .75” thick
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included

Shop with confidence.  Ships worldwide from a third party vendor known for doing quality work.

If you’d like me to print, matte, frame, sign and ship, please contact me at jcraigowens@gmail.com to discuss pricing, size and shipping options.

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