Ellis Hotel

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In 1946, a fire broke out in what was formerly the Winecoff Hotel, resulting in the deaths of 119 people. While the tragedy led to a reform in fire code safety, some of the victims are said to be here still. Apparitions of frenzied people appear in the halls, screams are heard throughout, and the fire alarm has been reported to go off around 3 A.M., close to when the fire broke out.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

176 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
United States

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33.7582691, -84.38784980000003
Fulton County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Atlanta, GA (0.6 mi.)
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Hapeville, GA (6.9 mi.)
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