I have a strange story for you. I was out of the U.S. army and working in a U.S. military resort complex in Berchtesgaden Germany as a Janitor in the early 90′s. The hotel was called the General Walker Hotel.
One of my jobs was to unlock all the offices for the morning work that included the directors and personnel. To get there you had to walk down a long hall made from stone, this was at 6:00 am the only thing in this part of the building was the large Ball Room, so I knew no one would be here at this time of the morning.
I walked up to the door an emergency exit light was on and looked through the glass to the spiral staircase that went down to the offices and saw a shadow of bust statue. I have been down there many times, there is no statue there, but so early in the morning I nothing of it.
I looked down and unlocked the door. I went to turn and walk back down the hall and looked again down the staircase and the shadow was gone, just disappeared. As I walked back I felt a cold hand on my shoulder, I got out of there as fast as I could.
A week later a co-worker later told me that he was using the toilet in the ball room he was setting up for some big party and he could hear something knocking on the solid stone walls and no was there other than him at the time.
This hotel was used by the Nazis in WW2 and is near the Eagles nest. Under the hotel there is a bunker system with boot prints of Nazi solders in the then still wet concrete. I have never told this to anyone.
Sent in by Dave Keranen, Copyright 2011