Córdoba has a long history of paranormal stories distributed throughout the province. Over the years, these stories have been passed from generation to generation, so the respect for these non-physical beings remains intact. The hotel edenin Skirtstands out among the rest for the multiple experiences of your visitors with ghosts.
El Eden was built in 1897 by the German businessman Roberto Bahlcke, and was intended as a space for the prevention of tuberculosisa disease that wreaked havoc in the world at the end of the 19th century, since the climate of the region was ideal for the people who suffered from it.
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The hotel was a complete success. The Argentine and European elite of the time enjoyed its technological innovations, but the hubbub lasted until 1905. Most of the shareholders who invested in Eden stopped doing so, except Maria Herbert de Kreautner, who would become sole owner.
During his administration, the hotel experienced its glory days and this is where history changed. The German died in 1950 and there are many stories that say they have seen her, and still see her, strolling through the balcony that overlooks the garden. Since then, she has been known as “The Lady in White”.
Ariel Mansani is a guide and neighbor of La Falda, he lived in the hotel and said that during the nights of November, which is when Kreautner died, he saw her laughing on said balcony.
There are many ghost stories in the Eden hotel, and they make walking its corridors a truly terrifying experience. “You are walking and it seems that someone is looking at you from behind, but you turn around and you don’t see it”, said Jorge Luchetti, who lives a few meters from the place. The paint worn by the passing of the years, the destroyed walls and its location at the foot of the mountains make the slightest noise take your breath away.
In the service unit, behind the hotel, lived a family with a baby who died of tuberculosis. Years later, all the people who happened to live there heard the cries of that baby.
“Many came who are dedicated to studying paranormal phenomena and they all came to the same conclusion: that here there is paranormal activity. But it is evident that it is not negative energy because otherwise we would not be able to work”, says Gabriela Sánchez, manager of the hotel.
El Eden is enabled for public visits and hundreds of tourists walk its corridors treasuring its history. But what not everyone knows is that at night there is something beyond its walls.