Igloo City Hotel

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The Igloo City Hotel is an abandoned hotel situated on an isolated section of the Parks Highway. People driving past late at night have seen strange lights in the hotel or seen the apparition of a woman in white standing at the windows of the hotel.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
George Parks Hwy
20 mi west of Cantwell AK
United States

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GPS:
63.1877030040424, -149.35997146374575
County:
Matanuska-Susitna County
Nearest Towns:
Cantwell, AK (19.0 mi.)
McKinley Park, AK (40.1 mi.)
Healy, AK (48.7 mi.)
Chase, AK (56.1 mi.)
Ferry, AK (57.8 mi.)
Talkeetna, AK (64.2 mi.)
Trapper Creek, AK (66.2 mi.)

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