The Clown Motel

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As if a clown themed motel wasn’t scary enough, this motel is located right in front of an old cemetery. Guests not only feel intimidated because of the clown theme, but also because of a weird presence which they cannot see. EMF meters spike inside (despite no source of electromagnetic fields) and it is said that there are shadow people lurking here.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

521 N Main St
Tonopah, NV 89049
United States

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38.0722887, -117.23765430000003
Nye County, Nevada
Nearest Towns:
Tonopah, NV (0.5 mi.)
Goldfield, NV (25.1 mi.)
Silver Peak, NV (30.8 mi.)
Mina, NV (52.1 mi.)
Dyer, NV (53.2 mi.)
Gabbs, NV (66.3 mi.)


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