Dabb's Railroad Hotel

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The hotel dates back to 1907, and was situated near the railroad to draw in weary travellers. Apparently, some were so tired that they never left, according to the current owners. During the renovations, a lot of ghostly activity was reported, although it settled down after their completion. Nowadays, whether it be the wife of a former owner or a phantom silver prospector, a spook has been known to leave the porch light on for guests arriving in the hours between dusk and dawn.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

112 East Burnet Street
Llano, TX
United States

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30.7542437, -98.6742099
Llano County, Texas
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