Mile High Grill and Inn - Clinkscale Building

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The 1899 eight bedroom historic inn is haunted by numerous apparitions. The Clinkscale Building was previously a brothel, which was burnt down in a fire, and the inn was built directly over the top of the old building. The ghost of Madam Jennie Banter moves furniture around and helps around the inn. Her cat has also been sighted on several occasions, and they are both known as friendly presences within the hotel. The ghost of an elderly man in late nineteenth-century work clothes has been seen looking out into the street from both outside and inside the inn, but he is regarded as a friendly presence also. The ghost of a shadowy, unfriendly presence has been seen in the restaurant and in the rooms of guests. Strange music, voices and disembodied footsteps have also been heard.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
309 Main Street
Jerome, AZ
United States

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GPS:
34.7504312, -112.11591870000001
County:
Yavapai County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Jerome, AZ (0.2 mi.)
Clarkdale, AZ (3.6 mi.)
Cottonwood, AZ (6.1 mi.)
Verde Village, AZ (6.5 mi.)
Cornville, AZ (11.3 mi.)
Prescott Valley, AZ (16.3 mi.)
Dewey-Humboldt, AZ (16.8 mi.)
Chino Valley, AZ (19.2 mi.)
West Sedona, AZ (19.4 mi.)
Camp Verde, AZ (19.7 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.milehighgrillandinn.com/

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