At a hotel in Buffalo where the windows were last Squeegee’d before people knew what a Squeegee was.
From a hotel where a guest went to the bar and asked for a couple of bottles of beer to go back to the room. The server asked if he’d like them in a bucket with some ice, so he said “Sure!” and was given a 1987-era Miller Lite bucket[…]
From a vacationer in Alaska who complained to the front desk because the room was too hot and the AC wasn’t working. He left, came back and the air conditioning was on and a Winter’s-worth of built up dust had blown all over the room.
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.
You would have hoped that housekeeping would have noticed this remnant that someone wiped on their wall at a Marriott brand in Pennsylvania.
From a woman who was taking her daughter to look at colleges in the “general Boston area”. Left her laptop on the desk and after three days they checked out and she could see just how much dust was floating around.
Because 2005 was probably the last year these windows at a suite hotel in Columbus were cleaned.
Suspicious protoplasm deposited right on target, dead center and forward on a chair at an all suites hotel in Colorado.
Just enough to get a DNA match to link the previous guest to a string of homicides in Utah