Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum was formerly The Castle Warden, which was built in 1887 by William Warden. He was a business partner of Henry Flagler and John Rockefeller. In the early 1940's it served as a hotel. Today it is three story building filled with bizarre objects collected by Robert Ripley who died in 1949. Visitors have reported experiencing sadness, joy and temperature changes. In April of 1944, two women died of smoke inhalation when a fire broke out on the upper floor of the hotel. The apparition of a woman has been seen peering out of upstairs windows. Staffers have reported seeing the upstairs curtain pulled back as they reported for work in the morning. It is believed that this building has many entities within the walls. Our team did experience high EMF spikes, especially in the movie theater room, as well as various orbs.