Palmer House Hotel

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Reportedly haunted by numerous resident ghosts, from a young boy who is often seen bouncing his ball to a possible former prostitute to a tall, lanky man who appears over your bed. Rooms 11 and 17 are apparently the rooms to rent if you are into a ghostly encounter.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    500 Sinclair Lewis Avenue
    Sauk Centre, MN
    United States

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    GPS:
    45.7371593, -94.95205069999997
    County:
    Stearns County, Minnesota
    Nearest Towns:
    Sauk Centre, MN (0.0 mi.)
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    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.thepalmerhousehotel.com/

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    1. I’ve had lengthy conversations with the owner about this hotel and it has seen its fair share of tragedy. Look it up if you want a history lesson. This has been confirmed by many paranormal researchers, most notably the Ghost Adventures Crew from the Travel Channel, to be VERY haunted; both residual and intelligent hauntings are present as well as a possible demonic being.

      My personal experience in the hotel, made up of visiting and dining in its restaurant, has been mild as far as paranormal experience goes. I have gotten the feeling of being light-headed, disconnected, and the sensation of what I call melting into the floor (yes it’s weird but that’s the best way I can describe it), which is what I’ve felt when I believe to feel a spirit or spirits present.

    2. I have been there a few times my friends mom works a the café there but that place gives me the creeps but yet it is also very cool knowing you are in a place with some ghosts. but WARNING if you are a male going into room 17 don’t enter or the ghost Lucy will have some fun with you.
      she hates every man who goes inside.

      but you will have a great time there the café is great and you could have a peaceful stay unless you are lucky and get to meet one of the ghost from that very bad fire.

    3. Spent the night there last night. While taking groups of photos in the basement, Noticed a rectangular , shadow? on the floor in one picture that was not there in a shot taken a couple seconds earlier.

      Also, before going to the basement, I made sure the door to my room was locked as I exited. Upon returning to the room a few hours later, the door was partially ajar, about 4-5 inches, for some unknown reason. Both sets of room keys were with us the entire time.

      Sure are some strange things going on there.

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