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*NEW INFO ADDED TO FIRST POST* ZaZa Hotel in Houston just had their 322 room accidentally stumbled into. A conspiracy theorist's wet dream

 
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That painting with the twins is the creepiest thing I've ever seen. The hand holding the neck is supposed to symbolize a hand holding a penis.
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This picture freaked me the fuck out!!
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so creepy its cool...wouldnt want to sleep in that room though. LOL
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Judging by the large mirror I would say this a room where they record senators etc in compromising positions for future blackmailing etc
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Probably one use of it.


THANKS FOR THE PIN, KARMA, AND RESPONSES SO FAR :)

EVERYONE PLEASE GO TO THE ORIGINAL POST AND READ THE NEW ADDED INFORMATION WHICH BASICALLY TIES THIS ALL TOGETHER.


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Explain the creepy twin pic!
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That's creepy as all Hell
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Judging by the large mirror I would say this a room where they record senators etc in compromising positions for future blackmailing etc
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you could be so right
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Explain the creepy twin pic!
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No clue however the location is most curious for me. Good chance a girl (doggystyle... which I am sure is most popular than missionary and other romantic type positions) is staring at the picture while...

Perhaps it is some kind of split personality... or maybe it is to represent control with a hand on the neck. A hand on a neck is a vulnerable place to be directed somewhere. You'd be helpless and obedient if being strangled.



We must take note that the 3rd last picture in the set gives the perfect angle to see that the mirror is not ON the brick, but is actually put IN the brick. The bricks were built around the mirror, not the mirror being placed on the bricks.
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********THIS IS THE NEW INFO ADDED TO THE FIRST PAGE********

The portrait on the wall is Jay Carmeaux. Carmeaux was a DKE (Delta Kappa Epsilon, THE Fraternity to be part of) at LSU. LSU's DKE chapter has a secret alumni association, known as The Friars. Their symbols include the skull and crossbones, like the ones seen in the room.

DKE has a reputation for being a public "feeder" fraternity to other secret societies, most notably the Skull & Bones at Yale. The room number, "322", and the skull and crossbones insignia in the room are both used by the Skull & Bones as well. It wouldn't be suprising if one DKE alumni society used the same symbols as its more famous cousin. In fact, unconfirmed sources claim that The Friars are actually a chapter of the Skull & Bones.

It is interesting to note the similarity between the name of the hotel - ZaZa - and LSU's DKE chapter: Zeta Zeta.

Most likely a private room for Jay Carmeaux. More interesting than that (to me) is that he is likely an member of a confirmed secret society, which is either a branch of or related to the Skull & Bones at Yale. That explains the room number, the creepy decorations, the two-way mirror and false wall, everything. No other explanation so far makes more sense.

"The Friars is an alumni association/secret society of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity at LSU. Deke is about as old money as you can get at LSU -- deep roots in New Orleans, and Huey P. Long financed the construction of their house for his son, Senator Long, who was a member at the time. Rumor has it that runnels run from the Deke house all across campus.

...

Their symbol is a coffin with a skull & crossbones superimposed. It's actually painted on the side of the DKE house.

Also, the Zeta Zeta chapter of DKE at LSU is supposedly the inspiration for Animal House (the partying, at least). Classic youtube video: [link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

ETA 2: Coincidence that Zeta Zeta would have a private hotel room at a hotel in Houston called ZaZa? Probably not. Houston is chock full of LSU alums."

Interesting Wikipedia page: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

From the wiki:

"Upon its founding its goal was to revive the Zeta Zeta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon of Centenary College of Louisiana, formerly of Jackson, Louisiana. The chapter had closed its doors at the outbreak of the American Civil War, when all of its members enlisted."

Houston is apparently full of LSU grads. These coincidences are way too big for just a "theme room".lmao
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Kyra Coots (ZaZa Spokeswoman): This is in fact one of the hotel's theme rooms -- it's called Hard Times, and it's a play on a jail experience. (We'll note again it's not mentioned on the Web site, which lists and describes the other "theme" rooms.)

While it's a "compact" room, it has one of the hotel's largest balconies, which overlooks the pool area, she said. (The other side of the hotel features another compact theme room, called Ship's Cabin, which resembles a yacht and also overlooks the pool.) She says neither room is secret or kept from being rented.

Coots also told us that, at one point, the company's president lived in the Hard Times room for two months, five days a week. We asked about the portrait of the distinguished, mustachioed gentleman, and she said she'd look into it. (She's also checking into the claims made by the guy who posted the pics in the first place.)
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I can feel dark energy just from looking at those pics. It seriously looks like something from the movie 8MM.
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Probably where the guy in the pic took women after the date-rape drugs kicked in.
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You said it, I didn't :p

Two options of reality here:

1. ZAZA planted the story themselves. I had never heard of ZAZA Hotel before, and would have never heard of it without this story. I am sure this story is going viral as we speak.
This option seems most likely, because if there truly was a secret room, how would it have been rented out? By mistake? Not plausible. It would likely require a password to rent that room. Also consider: if you were using a secret room to film snuff films and/or have underage prostitutes, extreme bondage, etc.....would a hotel room with hundreds of potential witnesses be the best place to house the secret room? Which does however, lead one to consider the concept of 'hiding in plain sight' to blend in, appear innocuous, etc.

2. This room did somehow get rented by mistake (or someone broke in, or snuck in, and used the accidental booking as a coverstory.) The hotel staff is attempting to make cover for the room by throwing together a cover story. I checked the hotel's website, and indeed they do offer and advertise their themed rooms (called Concept Rooms on their site) but they curiously do NOT market this "Hard Times" room. Quite curious the skull images, and the room 322, which is absolutely linked to Yale University's Scull and Bones. The photo of the middle aged executive is bizarre beyond belief and does not square with the rest of the entire room's decor.



The more I ponder this story, the deeper the rabbit hole appears.

I am going to need more tools than just Occam's Razor to figure this one out....
 Quoting: The Sonic Dreamer


I am just going to say right here that I appreciate you trying to explain a real reason for this room existing aside from something sinister but I think you are being a bit naïve.

A themed "Hard-times"/"Jail Cell" room would not have the old president of Stanford Financial Group sitting there watching you. If the room was designed for a theme, the theme would go together and make sense.

That picture destroys any chance of this being a "fun room".

And about the comment that were are a lot of witnesses in a hotel... I don't know about you but when people are with a woman who is quite out of it, most people assume they had a night out on the town and now the person is bringing her back to the room.

Now to sound like a creepy bastard, but these guys aren't going to be bringing some hysterically screaming girl back to their room through a hotel. She's going to go with the guy and... yeah.

Lastly, about the room requiring a password and seeming to be bullshit as a "mistake". You forget that new employees come and go in EVERY industry and some times people are not so well trained. Mistakes happen. If someone was doing things this sinister behind closed doors, it is only Karma for his secret to eventually come to light.

Such is life.

I'd like to know what room is next door? There's a door near the foot of the bed. If that's not to the hallway then maybe there's an entrance to behind the bricks there?
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This is what everyone is wondering. Why is the room 1/3 the size of a regular room, and how do you get to the other 2/3rds? Seeing things on trap doors, there could easily be a door in the wall we can't see. Those people who put those in houses for a living are VERY good at what they do because... what else is the point of a trap door? When you are that rich, the door is going to be hidden very very well, no matter the cost.

oh, goody!! a new conspiracy!! lolsign

awesome post, OP! 5* plus bonus points for the cool-assed skull painting....I love it thumbs

:skulls:
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Thanks :) I honestly don't even think I'd call this a conspiracy. The evidence speaks for itself.

322, CONCRETE FLOOR (I think it is safe to assume that carpet is harder to clean DNA out of), two-way mirror (presumably), skulls, unusually small size room and bathroom, Jay Comeaux hanging on the wall.
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Maybe the mirror is a trap door, you can see there is a hole behind the mirror if you look at the edges.
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Anyone notice the pack of smokes above the doorway in the second pic with the skull clock?

[link to imgur.com]


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the bedside table looks like a surgical/lab table..

it's really too bad no one had time to check the drawers in the room or maybe try and open the mirror. to me it looks like it could open, like a giant bathroom mirror..

or maybe it is two way with some recording equipment behind it?

REAALY creepy op that's for sure! great job snapping the pictures, i hope that we can get to the bottom of this.. it has all the trapping of a genuine conspiracy.. especially if you believe the elite are engaged in things like torture/ritual sacrifice
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Anyone notice the pack of smokes above the doorway in the second pic with the skull clock?

[link to imgur.com]


damned
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good catch
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OK... so... stumbled here: [link to www.linkedin.com] and found what looks like the same face, with the same name. It says he's the owner of Asylum Artsource. I took note of what other pages viewers of that page looked at and then I made my way over to Asylum Artsource's website, had a look around and found the gallery of one Jack Comeaux, which has some interesting things going on; runes, skulls, other 'fun' things.

Asylum Artsource: [link to asylumartsource.moonfruit.com]

Jack Comeaux's gallery: [link to jccomeaux.tripod.com]



This is a viral ad from an art company which designed the room.
Case closed.
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Kyra Coots (ZaZa Spokeswoman): This is in fact one of the hotel's theme rooms -- it's called Hard Times, and it's a play on a jail experience. (We'll note again it's not mentioned on the Web site, which lists and describes the other "theme" rooms.)

While it's a "compact" room, it has one of the hotel's largest balconies, which overlooks the pool area, she said. (The other side of the hotel features another compact theme room, called Ship's Cabin, which resembles a yacht and also overlooks the pool.) She says neither room is secret or kept from being rented.

Coots also told us that, at one point, the company's president lived in the Hard Times room for two months, five days a week. We asked about the portrait of the distinguished, mustachioed gentleman, and she said she'd look into it. (She's also checking into the claims made by the guy who posted the pics in the first place.)
 Quoting: GreadyGeniu$


She was kicked out of this room also and told to switch rooms which is even weirder. Check out the description she wrote under the one pic she got inside the room before they switched her.


[link to popculturenerd.com]
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also maybe the room was smaller because it had been soundproofed, like the walls were insulated or made extra thick.. or perhaps there are hidden compartments?
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Explain the creepy twin pic!
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Monarch twin programing symbolism ?
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This would be an easy publicity stunt minus the picture of the guy on the wall. Jay Carmeaux business would stay there often and he is some Illuminati hot shot. That is a bit weird. If this was being faked for attention they wouldn't need a picture of him up there.
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Am I just going crazy or is (image 13) the reflection of the tv in the mirror showing some different than what is actually on the tv?
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Am I just going crazy or is (image 13) the reflection of the tv in the mirror showing some different than what is actually on the tv?
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yah thats the two way mirror watching the bed...
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He makes mention of a room 322 being on fire.
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The story:

"stay here frequently when on business. Hotel was booked solid and my colleague managed to score a room unplanned. We all had normal ZaZa style rooms (swanky) and he ended up in this goth dungeon closet.

Seriously- the room had a chain holding the bed to wall, pictures of skulls and a creepy, incongruous portrait of an old man. Room was about 1/3 the normal size with the furniture blocking part of the TV, bed and window.

We asked about it at the front desk and the clerk looked it up and said " that room isn't supposed to be rented.' and immediately moved him."

Thankfully for you and I, his friend took pictures before talking to the front desk. See them at the link that follows:

[link to imgur.com]

Note that the room is 1/3 the usual size of ZaZa Hotel rooms, quite possibly a two-way mirror, and has a concrete floor (easier to clean...).

The bathroom is also smaller than most ZaZa rooms as well as they do not have brick walls like this. The mirror also looks deeply set into the wall which could support the theory of it being a two-way mirror.

The picture of the man on the wall is believed to be Jay Comeaux formerly of the Stanford Financial Group in Houston.

[link to www.bauer.uh.edu]

He is a LSU grad. The Friars are a secret society at LSU. The skull and crossbones is a symbol of their order. Also, it should be noted that "322" isn't just relevant to Skull and Bones, but to a whole slew of collegiate secret societies.

He worked out of Houston, so it's very likely that that is, or was his room. He was also apparently involved in some sort of $7 billion Ponzi securities fraud:

[link to www.businessweek.com]

Stanford Financial has hosted several events there. There is a connection between the company and the hotel which gives good reason that Jay Comeaux is the one in the picture.


Enjoy.
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That room kicks ass! Nothin' wrong with it.
Pussies.
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^^^this^^^
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Am I just going crazy or is (image 13) the reflection of the tv in the mirror showing some different than what is actually on the tv?
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Its a panoramic shot so the image on the TV changed by the time the photographer finished panning the room.
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Probably where the guy in the pic took women after the date-rape drugs kicked in.
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


You said it, I didn't :p

Two options of reality here:

1. ZAZA planted the story themselves. I had never heard of ZAZA Hotel before, and would have never heard of it without this story. I am sure this story is going viral as we speak.
This option seems most likely, because if there truly was a secret room, how would it have been rented out? By mistake? Not plausible. It would likely require a password to rent that room. Also consider: if you were using a secret room to film snuff films and/or have underage prostitutes, extreme bondage, etc.....would a hotel room with hundreds of potential witnesses be the best place to house the secret room? Which does however, lead one to consider the concept of 'hiding in plain sight' to blend in, appear innocuous, etc.

2. This room did somehow get rented by mistake (or someone broke in, or snuck in, and used the accidental booking as a coverstory.) The hotel staff is attempting to make cover for the room by throwing together a cover story. I checked the hotel's website, and indeed they do offer and advertise their themed rooms (called Concept Rooms on their site) but they curiously do NOT market this "Hard Times" room. Quite curious the skull images, and the room 322, which is absolutely linked to Yale University's Scull and Bones. The photo of the middle aged executive is bizarre beyond belief and does not square with the rest of the entire room's decor.



The more I ponder this story, the deeper the rabbit hole appears.

I am going to need more tools than just Occam's Razor to figure this one out....
 Quoting: The Sonic Dreamer


I am just going to say right here that I appreciate you trying to explain a real reason for this room existing aside from something sinister but I think you are being a bit naïve.

A themed "Hard-times"/"Jail Cell" room would not have the old president of Stanford Financial Group sitting there watching you. If the room was designed for a theme, the theme would go together and make sense.

That picture destroys any chance of this being a "fun room".

And about the comment that were are a lot of witnesses in a hotel... I don't know about you but when people are with a woman who is quite out of it, most people assume they had a night out on the town and now the person is bringing her back to the room.

Now to sound like a creepy bastard, but these guys aren't going to be bringing some hysterically screaming girl back to their room through a hotel. She's going to go with the guy and... yeah.

Lastly, about the room requiring a password and seeming to be bullshit as a "mistake". You forget that new employees come and go in EVERY industry and some times people are not so well trained. Mistakes happen. If someone was doing things this sinister behind closed doors, it is only Karma for his secret to eventually come to light.

Such is life.

I'd like to know what room is next door? There's a door near the foot of the bed. If that's not to the hallway then maybe there's an entrance to behind the bricks there?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11385540


This is what everyone is wondering. Why is the room 1/3 the size of a regular room, and how do you get to the other 2/3rds? Seeing things on trap doors, there could easily be a door in the wall we can't see. Those people who put those in houses for a living are VERY good at what they do because... what else is the point of a trap door? When you are that rich, the door is going to be hidden very very well, no matter the cost.

oh, goody!! a new conspiracy!! lolsign

awesome post, OP! 5* plus bonus points for the cool-assed skull painting....I love it thumbs

skulls
 Quoting: ladyannie2009


Thanks :) I honestly don't even think I'd call this a conspiracy. The evidence speaks for itself.

322, CONCRETE FLOOR (I think it is safe to assume that carpet is harder to clean DNA out of), two-way mirror (presumably), skulls, unusually small size room and bathroom, Jay Comeaux hanging on the wall.
 Quoting: SpinningHangers

Maybe the mirror is a trap door, you can see there is a hole behind the mirror if you look at the edges.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20115308


That's actually a really good theory. Frat boys are accustomed to doing crazy shit. Climbing around campuses stealing stuff. Asking them to crawl through a window that size would be a piece of cake. You could be right.

Anyone notice the pack of smokes above the doorway in the second pic with the skull clock?

[link to imgur.com]


damned
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13363335


Clearly the cleaning maids suck or Jay likes to have a pack there.

the bedside table looks like a surgical/lab table..

it's really too bad no one had time to check the drawers in the room or maybe try and open the mirror. to me it looks like it could open, like a giant bathroom mirror..

or maybe it is two way with some recording equipment behind it?

REAALY creepy op that's for sure! great job snapping the pictures, i hope that we can get to the bottom of this.. it has all the trapping of a genuine conspiracy.. especially if you believe the elite are engaged in things like torture/ritual sacrifice
 Quoting: j 34767136


Was not me who took these pictures! You could be right about the recording equipment or again with the mirror opening up like the person said above is a good theory too.

OK... so... stumbled here: [link to www.linkedin.com] and found what looks like the same face, with the same name. It says he's the owner of Asylum Artsource. I took note of what other pages viewers of that page looked at and then I made my way over to Asylum Artsource's website, had a look around and found the gallery of one Jack Comeaux, which has some interesting things going on; runes, skulls, other 'fun' things.

Asylum Artsource: [link to asylumartsource.moonfruit.com]

Jack Comeaux's gallery: [link to jccomeaux.tripod.com]



This is a viral ad from an art company which designed the room.
Case closed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34805606


No. Jack is not Jay. Maybe brothers but that really doesn't warrant a "case closed" answer. How you came to a satisfied conclusion like that I have no idea.

Kyra Coots (ZaZa Spokeswoman): This is in fact one of the hotel's theme rooms -- it's called Hard Times, and it's a play on a jail experience. (We'll note again it's not mentioned on the Web site, which lists and describes the other "theme" rooms.)

While it's a "compact" room, it has one of the hotel's largest balconies, which overlooks the pool area, she said. (The other side of the hotel features another compact theme room, called Ship's Cabin, which resembles a yacht and also overlooks the pool.) She says neither room is secret or kept from being rented.

Coots also told us that, at one point, the company's president lived in the Hard Times room for two months, five days a week. We asked about the portrait of the distinguished, mustachioed gentleman, and she said she'd look into it. (She's also checking into the claims made by the guy who posted the pics in the first place.)
 Quoting: GreadyGeniu$


She was kicked out of this room also and told to switch rooms which is even weirder. Check out the description she wrote under the one pic she got inside the room before they switched her.


[link to popculturenerd.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13363335


It looks like she got put up in there as a mistake as well. She also didn't do a good job at making it go "viral" as she only blogged the one picture of a skull. It didn't go any further than that it seems like.

also maybe the room was smaller because it had been soundproofed, like the walls were insulated or made extra thick.. or perhaps there are hidden compartments?
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Maybe, it is a possible theory!

Explain the creepy twin pic!
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Monarch twin programing symbolism ?
 Quoting: YOUCITY 18850702


Definitely quite possible to be what it represents.

This would be an easy publicity stunt minus the picture of the guy on the wall. Jay Carmeaux business would stay there often and he is some Illuminati hot shot. That is a bit weird. If this was being faked for attention they wouldn't need a picture of him up there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34738375


That is exactly it. Anybody who tries to dismiss this as a theme room or a viral ad for the hotel misses the fact that this guy is hanging on the wall. It does not fit in with the theme, and is way too random to be there as a viral ad.
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also in image 13 there is pretty good swirl marks in the concrete. look at the side of the floor along the wall how much brighter the floor is, you dont need to scrub concrete that hard to clean off normal foot traffic a quick damp mop will do the trick.damned
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This would be an easy publicity stunt minus the picture of the guy on the wall. Jay Carmeaux business would stay there often and he is some Illuminati hot shot. That is a bit weird. If this was being faked for attention they wouldn't need a picture of him up there.
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Maybe someone who works there wanted to expose this so they arranged somehow for the room to slip into the reservation list ? Maybe an illuminati dumb fuck made a mistake ? Maybe it was a mistake caused by divine intervention ?

Also , I think a lot of things like this have happened before but with the advent & advance in technology , we will start seeing more & more strange things on video or pictures. Over the past 100 years people have stumbled on to lots of crazy things for whatever reason and seen things they never saw before or could hardley believe , but without a camera phone device handy they wernt able to record the proof or maybe they got the pictures but someone got to them before they could get them developed. It's only been about 5-10 years since everyone started having cell phones handy & really I'd say it's only been more like 5 years.

What if it was rented out by mistake & what if the same mistake would of happened ten years ago ?
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Re: *NEW INFO ADDED TO FIRST POST* ZaZa Hotel in Houston just had their 322 room accidentally stumbled into. A conspiracy theorist's wet dream
also in image 13 there is pretty good swirl marks in the concrete. look at the side of the floor along the wall how much brighter the floor is, you dont need to scrub concrete that hard to clean off normal foot traffic a quick damp mop will do the trick.damned
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Yeah who knows. I do see it being brighter in some spots though. Maybe you're right, or maybe it's just how the floor is. The concrete is sketch on its own of course.

This would be an easy publicity stunt minus the picture of the guy on the wall. Jay Carmeaux business would stay there often and he is some Illuminati hot shot. That is a bit weird. If this was being faked for attention they wouldn't need a picture of him up there.
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Maybe someone who works there wanted to expose this so they arranged somehow for the room to slip into the reservation list ? Maybe an illuminati dumb fuck made a mistake ? Maybe it was a mistake caused by divine intervention ?

Also , I think a lot of things like this have happened before but with the advent & advance in technology , we will start seeing more & more strange things on video or pictures. Over the past 100 years people have stumbled on to lots of crazy things for whatever reason and seen things they never saw before or could hardley believe , but without a camera phone device handy they wernt able to record the proof or maybe they got the pictures but someone got to them before they could get them developed. It's only been about 5-10 years since everyone started having cell phones handy & really I'd say it's only been more like 5 years.

What if it was rented out by mistake & what if the same mistake would of happened ten years ago ?
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You and I are along the same lines. I've actually mentioned the same idea before in this thread even about Divine Intervention. Something that sinister has to come to light eventually.

I completely agree that technology is the factor that these guys can't plan for in the future. It is how many of them will get ousted. I wouldn't be surprised if it was something as simple as a new employee not being aware that 322 is never rented out no matter what, and a computer glitch possibly involving one of the many different online booking websites.

I wish I could be a fly on the wall right now listening in on the type of conversations the hotel operator is having with these kinds of people, especially with Jay Comeaux.

Alright everyone, I am so tired from this thread last night and being up for work. Can't do this again tonight. Have a good night and I'll continue this talk here tomorrow.

Night
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Re: *NEW INFO ADDED TO FIRST POST* ZaZa Hotel in Houston just had their 322 room accidentally stumbled into. A conspiracy theorist's wet dream
Two options of reality here:

1. ZAZA planted the story themselves. I had never heard of ZAZA Hotel before, and would have never heard of it without this story. I am sure this story is going viral as we speak.
This option seems most likely, because if there truly was a secret room, how would it have been rented out? By mistake? Not plausible. It would likely require a password to rent that room. Also consider: if you were using a secret room to film snuff films and/or have underage prostitutes, extreme bondage, etc.....would a hotel room with hundreds of potential witnesses be the best place to house the secret room? Which does however, lead one to consider the concept of 'hiding in plain sight' to blend in, appear innocuous, etc.

2. This room did somehow get rented by mistake (or someone broke in, or snuck in, and used the accidental booking as a coverstory.) The hotel staff is attempting to make cover for the room by throwing together a cover story. I checked the hotel's website, and indeed they do offer and advertise their themed rooms (called Concept Rooms on their site) but they curiously do NOT market this "Hard Times" room. Quite curious the skull images, and the room 322, which is absolutely linked to Yale University's Scull and Bones. The photo of the middle aged executive is bizarre beyond belief and does not square with the rest of the entire room's decor.



The more I ponder this story, the deeper the rabbit hole appears.

I am going to need more tools than just Occam's Razor to figure this one out....
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Definitely Option #1

If you search around the web, you find another story of a writer who had this room, and was moved. She took a picture of the room as well.

I also found a few comments on the "news" site, Houston News or whatever, by people who have rented out the room.


The room is definitely real, but nonetheless I doubt it is anything bad. It is the jailhouse themed room.


As for the guys picture on the wall, perhaps he rents it out indefinitely, which is why the room isnt supposed to be rented to anyone else?

The guy definitely has money. He wouldnt bet he first to have a hotel room to himself, indefinitely, lol.
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Re: *NEW INFO ADDED TO FIRST POST* ZaZa Hotel in Houston just had their 322 room accidentally stumbled into. A conspiracy theorist's wet dream
Weird


Check out the walgreens commercial on the TV AND THEN look at the mirror reflection of the same TV screen....


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panoramic photo. he starts at the left and ends at the right, the TV isnt at pause so you see different images on the screen

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