Grant House Hotel and Eatery

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The 1880’s historic hotel burnt to the ground just a decade after its construction, but phoenix-like rose from the ashes to form the successful establishment it is today. The building, however, has had a darker past, with tales being told of the days where the hotel operated as a bordello and a haven for bootleggers. Reports of paranormal activity here range from ghostly laughter and voices, disembodied footsteps, furniture being shifted around rooms at night by unseen hands to the apparition of a woman who appears behind guests in mirrors.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

80 W 4th St
Rush City, MN
United States

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45.6845189, -92.96194170000001
Chisago County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Rush City, MN (0.2 mi.)
Rock Creek, MN (5.0 mi.)
Harris, MN (6.8 mi.)
Pine City, MN (9.8 mi.)
Braham, MN (10.4 mi.)
Stanchfield, MN (10.7 mi.)
Grasston, MN (11.8 mi.)
North Branch, MN (12.0 mi.)
Branch, MN (13.8 mi.)
Cambridge, MN (14.8 mi.)


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