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Amber Court Hotel in Malaysia


Amber Court was a resort-apartment venture by Villa Genting Development Sdn Bhd (VDGSB) realized in 1995. VDGSB gets into a legal dispute with the construction company Teknik Cekap Sdn Bhd.[2] Because of the Malaysian financial crises, 1997/1998 VGDSB went in the year 2000 into liquidation. Therefore, the apartments had to be sold out mainly to private citizens. 


Amber Court Liaison Committee (ACLC) was formed for administration. Some owners refused to pay for service and maintenance which made the place difficult to manage. The wet and foggy weather in Genting Highlands promoted the growth of red algae on the facade. The resulting neglected and abandoned look inspired people’s imagination and led to many ghost stories going around. In 2012 Amber Court was partly renovated.


This included outdoor and indoor repairs and the building was completely repainted. Shortly afterward Amber Court started to deteriorate again. Because of many development projects in Genting Highland owners rent out to construction companies that accommodate foreign workers in Amber Court. The remote location, illegal activities, security issues, rooftop/pipe leaking, and difficulties in water supply contribute to the decline of Amber Court.


Amber Court was used as a location for the horror movie Haunted Hotel.




The Anchorage Hotel


is a hotel located at 330 E Street in Anchorage, Alaska, United States. The original Anchorage Hotel building was built in 1916; the current hotel building, which was constructed as an annex to the hotel, opened in 1936. C.B. Wark built the first hotel building; while the building was originally a wood-frame structure, Frank Reed upgraded the building to a luxury hotel in 1917. 


The hotel outgrew its original building due to Anchorage's growth in the 1930s, so the Anchorage Hotel Annex was built in 1936 to house additional guests. The annex, designed by E. Ellsworth Sedille, had a Gothic design and was one of the tallest buildings in Anchorage at the time.


Guests at the hotel included Warren Harding, Harold L. Ickes, Walt Disney, Wiley Post, and Will Rogers; the latter two stayed at the hotel only two days prior to their deaths in a plane crash. In addition, artist Sidney Laurence lived in the hotel for parts of the 1920s and 1930s; Laurence once exchanged a painting of Mount McKinley for a year's rent at the hotel.


In the 1950s, the hotel declined in status, and the buildings suffered from a lack of maintenance. The original hotel building was demolished in the 1960s, while the annex became the Hotel Ronald Lee; after a number of ownership changes, Bob and Carolyn Neumann rehabilitated the hotel in the late 1980s. After its renovation, the hotel regained its original name; it now operates as the Historic Anchorage Hotel.






The Winchester Mystery House


Is a mansion in San Jose, California, that was once the personal residence of Sarah Winchester, the widow of firearm magnate William Wirt Winchester. Located at 525 South Winchester Blvd. in San Jose, the Queen Anne Style Victorian mansion is renowned for its size, its architectural curiosities, and its lack of any master building plan. 


It is a designated California historical landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is privately owned and serves as a tourist attraction.

Since its construction in 1886, the property and mansion were claimed by many to be haunted by the ghosts of those killed with Winchester rifles. 


Under Winchester's day-to-day guidance, its "from-the-ground-up" construction proceeded around the clock, by some accounts, without interruption, until her death on September 5. 1922, at which time work immediately ceased.


Sarah Winchester's biographer, however, says that Winchester "routinely dismissed workers for months at a time 'to take such rest as I might'" and notes that "this flies in the face of claims by today's Mystery House proprietors that work at the ranch was ceaseless for thirty-eight years.




The Stanley Hotel


Is a 142-room colonial revival hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, United States. Approximately five miles from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, the Stanley offers panoramic views of Lake Estes, the Rockies and especially Long's Peak. 


It was built by Freelan Oscar Stanley of Stanley Steamer fame and opened on July 4, 1909, as a resort for upper-class easterners and a health retreat for sufferers of pulmonary tuberculosis. 

The Hotel and it's surrounding structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


The Stanley Hotel served as the inspiration for the Overlook Hotel in Stephen King's 1977 bestselling novel The Shining and as the filming location for the 1997 TV miniseries, also written by King. Today, the hotel features a restaurant, spa, and bed-and-breakfast, and provides guided tours.




The Brown grand theater


Is a community-based historical theatre dedicated to enhancing cultural life in north-central Kansas in the united states.

The theatre is a majestic opera house located in Concordia, Kansas and is listed on the National register of historic places. 


The theatre has been called "the most elegant theater between Kansas City and Denver and to this day plays host to many popular events in the region.

Is a community-based historical theatre dedicated to enhancing cultural life in north-central Kansas in the nited states.


The theatre is a majestic opera house located in Concordia, Kansas and is listed on the National register of historic places. 

The theatre has been called "the most elegant theater between Kansas City and Denver and to this day plays host to many popular events in the region.






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