The Red Garter

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Built by German tailor August Tetzlaff in 1897, the Red Garter bed-and-breakfast, once a saloon and bordello, an opium den, a Chinese restaurant, a general store and a boarding house, is said to be haunted by many spirits. Guests have reported the apparition of a young, sad Hispanic woman with flowing black hair in the Best Gal’s Room. She has been seen so often she has been given a name, Eva. Other ghosts have been known to bounce or shake mattresses or sit on the edge of the bed, stroking guests on the arm or hair. Another apparition of a cowboy has been reported, along with the sounds of jiggliing doorknobs.

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137 W Railroad Ave
Williams, AZ 86046
United States

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35.2510246, -112.1883024
Coconino County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Williams, AZ (0.2 mi.)
Parks, AZ (13.5 mi.)
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Paulden, AZ (29.8 mi.)
Kachina Village, AZ (29.9 mi.)
Flagstaff, AZ (30.5 mi.)
Mountainaire, AZ (31.6 mi.)
Clarkdale, AZ (34.0 mi.)
West Sedona, AZ (34.2 mi.)

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