Leatherock Hotel and Museum

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The museum section of this old hotel was formerly used as living quarters for the hotel owner and his family, and staff have reported paranormal activity in this section of the building. Sightings include a ghostly dog and cat wandering the museum after closing hours, a dark menacing shadowy apparition and the voices of a young girl and an elderly woman. In the hotel section, the apparition of a young woman in a white dress has been seen in the rooms of guests and in the hallway, and doors in the hotel reportedly slam shut when there is no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

420 North Depot Street
Cherryvale, KS
United States

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37.2724599, -95.55072539999998
Montgomery County, Kansas
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