Miss Molly's Hotel

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In the historic Stockyards of Fort Worth Miss Molly’s is allegedly haunted by ghosts from its former bordello days including the ghost of a cowboy that is mostly seen in the aptly named Cowboy Room.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    109 W Exchange Ave
    Fort Worth, TX 76164
    United States

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    GPS:
    32.7887222, -97.34967030000001
    County:
    Tarrant County, Texas
    Nearest Towns:
    River Oaks, TX (2.7 mi.)
    Sansom Park, TX (3.3 mi.)
    Westworth, TX (4.2 mi.)
    Fort Worth, TX (4.7 mi.)
    Blue Mound, TX (4.7 mi.)
    Haltom City, TX (4.7 mi.)
    Westover Hills, TX (4.8 mi.)
    Saginaw, TX (5.0 mi.)
    Lake Worth, TX (5.6 mi.)
    White Settlement, TX (6.6 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.missmollyshotel.com/

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    1. I want to go to miss molly’s with my friend, CALDER this summer, what Is your spookiest , most haunted room you have????? we are dying to go to Miss josies suite, or the cowboy suite,. however, from what I understand about you’re hotel is the most HAUNTED. We want to meet your youngest ghost 1st, when we arrive at your hotel. EMMA! Like this youngest – oldest. but, would we have to switch rooms over and over again.

    2. Ghosts here are good! Wanna know why? NO matter what I’ll tell you!
      It’s in a historic district! location. It would be cool if CALDER and I could go to your hotel.
      And I betcha he has only been here for about 8 weeks! He’s from a different state. + HE has got to do some exploring at your hotel 1st!!

    3. Paula has great stories and it is a nice place to stay. Never saw anything there, but at the Cadillac Bar across the street Paula gave us a tour of the rooms upstairs and a lady and I heard a low moan which scared her to death! Then while the whole group was on the 2nd floor, a door slammed shut on the 3rd floor. No one was up there at the time.

    4. I have been there only once with my husband and son. We sat down with Paula and talked about the history of the place. My son and I stood in front of the door way to one of the rooms and looked in. Just before one of us stepped in we both heard a soft gentle voice. The voice of a little girl. This little girl said Hello as if she stood right in front of us. This little girl I would say could not have been more than seven years old. Needless to say I and my son did not go into the room. Instead we said Hello as if the little girl could hear us and we turned around and went on to look in the other rooms. We did not see the little girl only heard her. My husband did not have any experience there.

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