Jon Gray is a young and strong pitcher who, if everything goes just right, could be a legitimate ace for the Colorado Rockies. During an interview on MLB Network Radio, Gray also revealed that he wants to hunt some dang ghosts.
The conversation starts with the hosts asking Gray if he plans to visit the supposedly haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, because “the movie Shining” was shot there.
(PEDANTIC INTERLUDE: Actually, my guy, Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining was not filmed at the Stanley, but at the Timberline Lodge in Mt. Hood, Oregon, a fact that deeply annoyed Stephen King, who used the Stanley as an inspiration for the Overlook Hotel in his original novel. King did eventually shoot his own trash-ass, made-for-TV version of The Shining in 1997, and that was filmed at the Stanley.)
Anyway, Jon Gray seems to be really into ghosts, and he can tell you all about how to go about hunting them:
There’s new, like, technology out there that can give you some different readings on things. And a lot of people think that when they detect a ghost it’s temperature, a lot of people think it’s an electro-magnetic field. But there’s like these cameras that can see full spectrum, and colors that human eyes can’t pick up. They see anomalies, and use EVPs to catch disembodied voices, and it’s just kinda interesting.
Maybe Gray can help Michael Vick out with those dog ghosts.