Larian Motel

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Built in the late 1950s, the motel site was once the site of a gun shop, a general store, and a Chinese restaurant. The ghosts here are often seen in Rooms 1 through 4. Witnesses have heard old-fashioned music coming from vacant rooms and discovered items missing from their rooms. The apparition of a white-haired man has been seen as well.

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Geographic Information

Address:
410 E Fremont St
Tombstone, AZ 85638
United States

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GPS:
31.713718694537757, -110.06619303386839
County:
Cochise County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Tombstone, AZ (0.1 mi.)
Saint David, AZ (15.8 mi.)
Huachuca City, AZ (16.8 mi.)
Sierra Vista, AZ (17.8 mi.)
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  1. Well where do I start? We arrived at night in Tombstone,as. We went by the courthouse got a photo of apparition stagecoach type as we pulled down street. We checked into the Marian room 3 Doc Holiday room. I was carried across the threshold then off to the Birdcage Theatre for late spirit tour( the experiences there were enough to make anyone go WOW) When we got back to our room my husband laid down to rest I got into the shower. I didn’t feel alone but I did come to a haunted town so I continued showering I grabbed towel for my hair and dried off in the shower. When I opened the curtain I saw wet very wet footprints leading from shower out bathroom door through the hotel room carpet out the hotel door. Um he’s in bed and I go running out door into parking lot before I realized I’m not dressed. The manager there a woman looks at me asks if I’m alright. She sees wet footprints and asks me to please not say anything or post on any sites I agreed( only sent this to you because it’s haunted there) I go back into room and put on time period lingerie to wake up my husband for his midnight snack. As I laid down on his chest something tried pulling him off the bed!!! After third attempt I jumped up to see for myself what was going on. And yes something trying to pull him off the bed he was half way on bed when he woke up and was upset I was gonna let he m fall off bed because I didn’t try and hold him down. So now were both up. He goes and gets coffee and donuts from Circle I and when he leaves I get to table where TV is and my cell phone soaked waters everywhere!! I grab my phone and start cleaning it off and he arrives back and he puts donuts down in same spit t my cell got soaked. Tell him no it’s wet there very wet. He looks at me picks up donuts that are dry and counter is dry!!! Um no way water dried that quickly. We’re they after my cell phone they used at the Birdcage earlier that night? We got several pictures from this trip and we go back to Tombstone,az as much as possible since our first trip there even been bought property there. I thought I’d share our first experience there with you I hope you enjoyed it and go to Tombstone,az it’s very haunted

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