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Guests and tenants staying in this establishment have heard children running through the hallways and seen shadowy apparitions on various occasions.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1901 Central Avenue
Cheyenne, WY
United States

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41.13612759999999, -104.81587380000002
Laramie County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Cheyenne, WY (0.4 mi.)
Fox Farm-College, WY (2.3 mi.)
Warren Air Force Base, WY (2.6 mi.)
South Greeley, WY (2.8 mi.)
Ranchettes, WY (5.9 mi.)
Hillsdale, WY (18.4 mi.)
Burns, WY (24.1 mi.)
Carpenter, WY (24.2 mi.)
Nunn, CO (29.9 mi.)
Wellington, CO (31.5 mi.)


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  1. I am want rates for a room with two full size or two queen and I want a room that is most haunted. I stayed there back in 2002 when I was there heard children playing ball in the hallway around 2am

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