Gage Hotel

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Gage Hotel was built in the 1920s by Alfred Gage, who died less than a year after it was finished. The hotel is believed to be haunted by Mr. Gage himself. Witnesses have described apparitions on the front porch, in the patio gardens or in the hallways, and Room 10 is said to be especially active. Music, a woman’s voice reading poetry, and taps on the shoulder have been experienced by guests there.

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Geographic Information

Address:
102 NW 1st St Hwy 90W
Marathon, TX 79842
United States

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GPS:
30.20684252191822, -103.24612140655518
County:
Brewster County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Marathon, TX (0.1 mi.)
Alpine, TX (26.9 mi.)
Marfa, TX (46.7 mi.)
Fort Davis, TX (46.8 mi.)
Sanderson, TX (51.1 mi.)
Fort Stockton, TX (52.3 mi.)
Balmorhea, TX (61.4 mi.)
Study Butte, TX (63.7 mi.)
Terlingua, TX (65.1 mi.)
Redford, TX (77.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.gagehotel.com/

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  1. my wife and i stayed there feb 2007
    second floor our room over looked the roof of lower floor do not recall room number
    but it had a bathroom.
    we always burn a candle during vacation and that morning before day lite wallet glasses
    were covered in wax. the candle was still no in the center of the table and there was no trail of wax
    it was as if the candle was held and tilted over all my stuff???????????
    my wife and i have discussed this several times and one fact neather one of us did it

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