Stockyards Hotel

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Ghost tours of the area are available, and they begin in this hotel and visit several other nearby buildings. Room 218 of the hotel is believed to be haunted.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    109 E. Exchange Avenue
    Fort Worth, TX
    United States

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    GPS:
    32.7889999, -97.34870690000002
    County:
    Tarrant County, Texas
    Nearest Towns:
    River Oaks, TX (2.8 mi.)
    Sansom Park, TX (3.4 mi.)
    Westworth, TX (4.2 mi.)
    Haltom City, TX (4.7 mi.)
    Fort Worth, TX (4.7 mi.)
    Blue Mound, TX (4.7 mi.)
    Westover Hills, TX (4.9 mi.)
    Saginaw, TX (5.0 mi.)
    Lake Worth, TX (5.7 mi.)
    White Settlement, TX (6.7 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.stockyardshotel.com/

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    1. We took a trip to texas and stayed here. My room was actually room 218, and at like 10 p.m and my mom heard a whole ton of voices outside our door so she called down to the front desk and they said that there were a whole ton of people on the third floor and that could be what we were hearing. 20 minutes went by and she called down again and the person at the front desk said that they had cleared out the party on the third floor and that there was no one on the second floor. Later my sister had popped up and she was still a sleep and said I see some one i the corner and just went back to sleep. The whole time we stayed i felt like someone was in the room with us. The night before all of this happened we walked around and there was a ghost tour and we heard the word stockyard hotel and we thought oh cool. We did not listen to the story but The next time we stopped at a hotel my mom searched up the stockyard hotel and read that room 218 was haunted. I am scared of ghost and we were originally gonna stay at miss molly’s which was hunted but i said no because i was scared. We ended up staying at a hunted hotel with out knowing.

    2. Well for starters, we rented 2 rooms at this hotel. I was actually the first to “experience paranormal activity”. I got off of the elevator going to my room and I felt nauseous. All of a sudden I felt so weird when I got to my room like if I was getting so dizzy . I was staying in 217 and my brother was staying in 218. In the middle of the night, my Dad heard a guy stomping on top of us like if he was angry at someone. Mind us that this was the last floor of the hotel (3rd). I woke up at 3am due to someone with long nails touch my chest down to my stomach. It freaked me out so much, I was terrified so I went to sleep quickly. The next day my brother (he slept in a different room) he said he heard the same thing my dad did but the man sat down right on top of him

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