Millersburg Hotel

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This hotel has been in operation for well over a century, so it is more than likely that some of the spectres in this hotel were guests who never checked out. The owners and staff are displeased with the paranormal activity in the hotel, as they receive various reports of ghostly occurrences on a weekly basis. The first commonly reported apparition is a thieving entity, who has been known to remove guests valuables during the night or else move them around their rooms. The apparition of a well-dressed elderly man has been seen wandering through the hotel lobby into the bistro before vanishing; an incident reported to the owners by patrons and staff alike. On the upper floor, there have been various reports of loud disembodied footsteps and lights flashing on and off in unoccupied rooms.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
35 West Jackson Street
Millersburg, OH
United States

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GPS:
40.55391400000001, -81.91781400000002
County:
Holmes County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Millersburg, OH (0.0 mi.)
Martinsville, OH (4.9 mi.)
Holmesville, OH (5.2 mi.)
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Nashville, OH (10.6 mi.)

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  1. My family stayed at the Millersburg Hotel in August, 2010, unaware of its ghostly reputation. As we stood in the hallway outside our room preparing to go in, we all saw the glass doorknob shake violently as if someone inside the room was trying to open the door. When we worked up the nerve to go inside, the room was empty.
    My daughter woke up that night to similar sound, except it was coming from the hallway.
    In the morning, we noticed one of our son’s shoes had been moved across the room and was next to the bed at the window. My daughter’s cell phone had been plugged in all night to charge, but the battery was dead. The staff person behind the desk was quite evasive when I asked her if there was any ghost activity at the hotel; “I won’t say yes and I won’t say no”

  2. We stayed at the hotel recently, Oct. 20, 2016. My husband put his visa card on the oak counter as we were checking in and it slide across the counter and off on the other side. I looked at him with a glare wondering why he would do that? It looked like he slide it on purpose. He apologized and said I honestly just put it down. The check in clerk could not find in on the floor and invited us behind the counter to help look. We found it inside the counter in a bowl. We had to open a door similar to an oak cupboard door to find it inside. I asked is this place haunted? The clerk laughed and said sometimes strange things/jokes happen here that we can’t explain. Loved this place and we all laughed about the joke.

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