Cal Neva Lodge and Casino

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Cal Neva Lodge and Casino, reported to be temporarily closed for complete renovations, is said to be haunted by some famous spirits: Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe. Frank Sinatra owned the place in the 1960s and Marilyn Monroe stayed in a cabin here as well. Both Sinatra’s and Monroe’s cabins are available to guests. An Indian spirit is rumored to reside here too, and was once captured in a photograph on the stage.

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2 Stateline Rd
Crystal Bay, NV 89402
United States

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39.224749111075305, -120.00538158412382
Washoe County, Nevada
Nearest Towns:
Crystal Bay, NV (0.1 mi.)
Kings Beach, CA (1.4 mi.)
Incline Village, NV (2.5 mi.)
Tahoe Vista, CA (2.7 mi.)
Carnelian Bay, CA (4.1 mi.)
Dollar Point, CA (5.7 mi.)
Sunnyside-Tahoe City, CA (9.8 mi.)
Glenbrook, NV (10.0 mi.)
Floriston, CA (11.8 mi.)
Truckee, CA (11.9 mi.)

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