Bisbee Grand Hotel

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This historic hotel was formerly railroad accommodation, and is now a delightful bed and breakfast on the main street of this old mining town. Staff and guests alike claim to have seen shadowy apparitions, have felt cold spots and seen doors slam shut and lock of their own accord. The most haunted suites this delightful hotel has to offer are Room #002 and Room #003. Guests have awoken on several occasions to see the apparition of a young woman in an old-fashioned dress standing at the end of their beds, who vanishes suddenly.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

61 Main Street
Bisbee, AZ
United States

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31.441530538932316, -109.9170096517264
Cochise County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Bisbee, AZ (0.8 mi.)
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