Sonoma Hotel

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This 1879 hotel has been the site of several odd occurrences over the years, which are usually attributed to a poltergeist at work. Doors are known to open and close of their own accord, and strange noises are heard during the night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

110 West Spain Street
Sonoma, CA
United States

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38.2939911, -122.45881500000002
Sonoma County, California
Nearest Towns:
Sonoma, CA (0.2 mi.)
El Verano, CA (1.8 mi.)
Boyes Hot Springs, CA (1.9 mi.)
Fetters Hot Springs-Agua Caliente, CA (2.4 mi.)
Temelec, CA (2.6 mi.)
Eldridge, CA (4.7 mi.)
Glen Ellen, CA (6.0 mi.)
Yountville, CA (9.1 mi.)
Napa, CA (9.4 mi.)
Kenwood, CA (9.5 mi.)


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