The Head Hotel - The Prescott Inn

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Said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman who died there, as well as by a pacing cowboy ghost.

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Geographic Information

Address:
129 N Cortez St
Prescott, AZ 86301
United States

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GPS:
34.543007, -112.46826900000002
County:
Yavapai County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Prescott, AZ (0.2 mi.)
Prescott Valley, AZ (8.7 mi.)
Wilhoit, AZ (10.5 mi.)
Williamson, AZ (11.0 mi.)
Dewey-Humboldt, AZ (12.9 mi.)
Chino Valley, AZ (14.8 mi.)
Mayer, AZ (16.6 mi.)
Spring Valley, AZ (22.3 mi.)
Paulden, AZ (23.7 mi.)
Peeples Valley, AZ (24.0 mi.)

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  1. James so and such  |  

    I lived there for 6 months on the second floor and although I talked to many residents who confirmed that indeed the place is haunted and told me of experiences and Sights that they had had and seen; yet I myself never experienced anything of the like. I am NOT skeptical of those people’s claims and, experience. however I did practice authentic Tibetan Buddist Dharma in my room every single day, therefore that may have had some bearing on why I had a much calmer stay then others seemingly did. I will say however that I am grateful for being allowed to stay there when I needed to, but I would not want to repeat it if avoidable in a positive way!
    I did however witness that the place was haunted by many “bottled” spirits!

    also besides my meager abilities to carry out my practices, I also held in that room many blessed objects by many realized beIngs including his Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama!

  2. I stayed in this hotel either in the year 2004 or 2005. I stayed for one night with my boyfriend at the time, and I knew this place had been known for ghosts. I had never stayed anywhere haunted but definitely believed in ghosts. I had a dream that night that felt so real, all I remember was at the end seeing a cowboy hand coming toward my neck to strangle me. I say cowboy because it was definitely a man’s hand, it looked rugged, and that was just the sense that I got in my dream. Needless to say the possibility of being strangled startled me. I shot straight up in bed from a dead sleep. I was so petrified I couldn’t go back to sleep I told my boyfriend I would be down stairs. I went down stairs in the middle of the night and watched TV until the sun came up. I checked out immediately and didn’t look back.

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