Century House Inn

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Built in 1907, the former county hospital is now a bed and breakfast inn. The current owners have reported the spirit of a man roaming the building, and a female guest felt an unseen, unwelcome guest climb into bed with her. The proprietors consulted a doctor who used to own the place, and were astonished to find that the reports dated back almost half a century, when patients would complain about disembodied footsteps in the hallway and on the staircase.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Lawndale Court
McCloud, CA
United States

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41.255984257971356, -122.14208632685768
Siskiyou County, California
Nearest Towns:
McCloud, CA (0.1 mi.)
Dunsmuir, CA (7.5 mi.)
Mount Shasta, CA (9.5 mi.)
Weed, CA (17.1 mi.)
Carrick, CA (17.5 mi.)
Big Bend, CA (20.2 mi.)
Edgewood, CA (20.5 mi.)
Tennant, CA (25.6 mi.)
Gazelle, CA (26.8 mi.)
Lakehead, CA (27.2 mi.)


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