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The Silver Queen Hotel is said to be home to a ghostly 1800s prostitute named Rosie, who committed suicide in Room 11.

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    28 N C Street
    Virginia City, NV 89440
    United States

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    39.31112913485489, -119.64963877198898
    Storey County, Nevada
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    1. I stay two night , first night I sleep ( but, not really sleep, my left eye close ,my right eye is peeking)
      I used my camera (power is on, but, must hand cover the light) on my right arm , in a while spirit
      touch my left shoulder ( shanking two times) I move my right hand move slowly) Bingo, I snap
      my camera right behind me ( big white mist ) very bright light , my photo still Evidence ( date ;
      May 15 & 16 ,2013)on RM # 11…..

    2. I stayed in room 11 with two other people and the whole time I was in there I felt a presence that didn’t want me or the other people in there. So after awhile of not being in there, It felt more calm and I felt like I could sleep finally.

    3. My husband and I stayed in room 11 on 3/7/15 for his birthday. We knew the hotel was haunted so we were hoping for something/anything to happen. We fell asleep around 11:45 pm. At 1:15 am we both woke to a man yelling “You stupid bitch!” There was a woman hysterically crying and wailing while screaming “No!”. We heard a child crying “Daddy no!” This continued over a half hour. When we went in the hall it was quiet and there was no one in the room next to us. I was able to record about 6 minutes on my phone. I would love to send the recording to someone who can analyze it.

    4. Heard about the hauntings, so a couple years ago on my b day, my mother and I decided to stay there for the fun of it. We brought my small dog. I can’t remember the room number but it was the second floor and to the left. Weird little door facing another at the very end of the hall. Talking before bed my dog starting growling and got very upset at nothing while staring up at the room door. Just then the small window above the door (a heavy-ish old widow that swings outward up, nothing blew it.), it slowly opened about 7 inches or so and stopped. Then almost at the same time so did my dog. The experience was definitely creepy. We really didn’t expect anything to happen or we probably wouldn’t have spent the night.

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