Palace Hotel

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The 1880’s hotel and saloon has been restored to it’s former elegance, and is supposedly haunted due to a murder that took place on the second floor. In several room, guests and housekeeping staff have reportedly caught sight of a vanishing bloodstain in the ornate bathrooms, while others have seen the apparition of a woman in an old-fashioned dress on the main staircase. In recent years, other reports have begun to circulate of a prankster ghost that knocks on doors, although these, like the aforementioned instance have not been verified.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
106 West Broadway Street
Silver City, NM
United States

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GPS:
32.7699585, -108.27691629999998
County:
Grant County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Silver City, NM (0.2 mi.)
Tyrone, NM (4.4 mi.)
Arenas Valley, NM (5.6 mi.)
Pinos Altos, NM (7.2 mi.)
Santa Clara, NM (7.4 mi.)
Bayard, NM (8.5 mi.)
North Hurley, NM (9.0 mi.)
Cobre, NM (9.6 mi.)
Hurley, NM (9.7 mi.)
Hanover, NM (11.2 mi.)

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