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Air India Crew Lodge Complaint With Chicago Hotel Over Alleged Paranormal Activities

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| August 1 , 2017 , 17:50 IST

Paranormal activities, spooky incidents, and negative energies are a common part of hit horror films, but how would it feel to undergo such incidents?

According to Air India crew, they have experienced such paranormal events and negative energies in one specific hotel in Chicago, and that too repeated incidents whenever they stopped at the hotel since November 2016.

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Although the real life presence of paranormal activities is a controversial topic, with some swearing that such things happen, others blaming these feelings on paranoia.

For this Air India crew, the incidents reached such a peak that they filed an official complaint reporting ‘paranormal activity and negative energies’ in their Chicago cabin crew hotel and have requested not to be assigned to any Chicago flights till their hotel is changed.

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View the full letter by Air India below:

 “Majority of the crew are facing negative energies through paranormal activities in the hotel, most of us share rooms and sleep as we feel scared sleeping alone which is very unpleasant, after operating an ULH we are not able to get proper rest as these things keep playing in our mind. Even online there is a complete description about incidents of paranormal activities about this hotel still the contract with this hotel was signed.

I have been coming to this hotel since November’16 and every time something unpleasant has been happening. I would request you to look into the matter and change this hotel on urgent basis as most of us don’t feel comfortable staying here.

I would also request you to please ‘Do Not’ assign me any Chicago flights till the hotel is changed as it’s very uncomfortable in the hotel.

Let’s not wait for any miss happening to happen. Waiting for the necessary action.”

Meanwhile, Air India management spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar said, “Matter is under investigation and we are in contact with our Chicago station."