The Edwinola Hotel

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Although this 1912 hotel is no longer in operation, the building remains in use to this day. Staff and tenants at living quarters in the current establishment have reported elevators operating by themselves, ghostly voices coming from empty rooms, and the smell of cigar smoke. Others working the night shift on the third and fourth floor claim to have seen a woman in a blue dress watching them, who vanishes when she realises she has been noticed.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

14235 Edwinola Way
Dade City, FL
United States

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28.365346, -82.19117499999999
Pasco County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Dade City, FL (0.3 mi.)
Dade City North, FL (1.3 mi.)
Saint Leo, FL (4.5 mi.)
San Antonio, FL (5.5 mi.)
Trilby, FL (6.7 mi.)
Lacoochee, FL (7.0 mi.)
Zephyrhills North, FL (8.0 mi.)
Zephyrhills, FL (9.1 mi.)
Zephyrhills West, FL (9.3 mi.)
Ridge Manor, FL (9.9 mi.)


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