At an IHG brand near a major airport where a frozen traveler checking in at midnight made the mistake of looking up in the elevator. Something might have died on the roof of the car and started leaking in.
“The little black spot was just an imperfection or ‘ding’ but the odd drip stains were definitely from a previous guest”, courtesy of a business traveler in Raleigh.
Soon to be an Alt Rock band name. Spotted on a flight from Newark to Houston where someone sneezed a little and neglected to clean it up. It’s a little coagulated which means it’s not, well, something else that’s wet and red.
From a couple hoping to escape relatives and Thanksgiving drama with a sunny mini-vacation in Mexico, they arrived to find this on their hotel’s bathroom floor. A remnant from a cartel killing or someone who stepped on coral?
Long flight from the US, long drive to the hotel and finally a chance to unwind and refresh in the tub. Welcome to Rome.
From a traveler in Albany who stayed at a hotel that’s “in transition” to a new brand. Let’s see what we have: a pencil, crumbs and a crime scene – the trifecta.
From a radio employee on move-in day at their new offices where she found this splatte inexplicably on the wall in the hall. Welcome to the new facility! “And don’t forget, Friday is Hazmat Suit Day. So, where your Hazmat suit if you want to.”
Any other city, there could be some reasonable explanations for crusty material that pooled around the drain in the bath tub.
A reddish pool of left-over plasma from someone’s previous misadventure at a very very nice hotel in Canada.
From a radio industry professional on vacation at a major brand hotel in Tribeca, NY. Even when he posted the shot of this towel to his Facebook account, the question is undecided. Face towels, generally, blood. Bath towels, usually dookie. Editorial opinion.