Do you like to travel alone? I've gotten used to it over the years and always look forward to a nice quiet evening in a comfy hotel room with a couple of Chinese takeout boxes. There's nothing like relaxing alone after a long day of driving and soaking up a hot shower without worrying about using all the hot water. It's the best.

Traveling alone can be a little scary too, leading us to today's super creepy video...

TikTok creator @gracebblair shared a tale about her recent travel stay in a Dallas area Marriott that sounds like something from a horror flick. It's the kind of story that makes your skin crawl. I can't vouge for its authenticity, but she seems genuine as she recounts what she describes as the "scariest thing that has ever happened" to her.

Imagine stepping out of a steamy hot shower and seeing a message written on your hotel mirror that wasn't there before...and it's NOT a friendly hello. It's something much more sinister. Check out the video of her terrifying ordeal below:

What do you think happened? Do you think someone was stalking Grace?

Whatever the case, it's very spooky. Maybe I watch too many true crime documentaries, but, it sounds like she may have dodged a bullet by taking action and getting herself out of there as fast as possible.

Has anything like this ever happened to you on a hotel stay in the Dallas area? I'd love to hear from you. You can email me at

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