Best Western Hotel Chequamegon

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The apparition of a tall man wearing a top hat has been seen in the hallways of the hotel. The scent of perfume has been reported in many rooms of the hotel, and the spectre of a man has been seen in the hotel bar. Disembodied footsteps and ghostly voices have also been reported in the hotel.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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101 Lake Shore Drive West
Ashland, WI
United States

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46.592656, -90.88491899999997
Ashland County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
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  1. My friends mom who worked housekeeping at Best Western a couple years ago had in an encounter in one of the rooms on the third floor. Pillows would be thrown across the room by an unseen entity. While she would be making the beds her hair would be pulled also. Because I live in Ashland, WI I walk around town pretty often I was walking back from the marina behind Best Western and I saw someone standing in one of the rooms windows and then just disappear.. Rumor has it that the original owners daughter Molly had jumped to her death from the third floor of the building.

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