Paradise Inn

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At this inn, witnesses have heard furniture being moved, and footsteps in the hallways and in the rooms above when no one was around to make these sounds. There is also the sense of being watched, and it’s said that the wind sounds a lot like voices through the dormer windows. The spooky sounds are attributed to the fact that some guests died while attempting to climb the nearby mountain.

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    Paradise Inn
    Paradise, WA 98368
    United States

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    46.78591523924221, -121.73654347658157
    Pierce County, Washington
    Nearest Towns:
    Packwood, WA (12.8 mi.)
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