Kaskaskia Hotel

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This historic hotel opened in 1916. Locals tell a story of a young woman who committed suicide by jumping from the top floor in the 1920s, but some will tell you she was pushed by her boyfriend. It is said that employees there would hear the click of her heels in the hallways, and the elevator would work by itself. The hotel was closed in 2001 but reports say it is being renovated as a hotel, museum, and convention center.

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Geographic Information

Address:
217 Marquette St
LaSalle, IL 61301
United States

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GPS:
41.329512902297644, -89.09602493069542
County:
LaSalle County, Illinois
Nearest Towns:
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