I used to live there… it used to be a brothel and its the sister hotel to french gulch the building burned down 3 different times one of the times causing the great fire of corning which burned down the entire city.I was in the kitchen at 2:30 am when i looked up as i reached for the fridge i felt a ice cold hand push down on my shoulder and saw the reflection of a large black woman standing behind me with her hand on my shoulder.No african americans lived in the building at the time. I could also hear voices in the middle of the night groaning in pain.and on another occasion saw a white woman in early 19th century garb walk across my room.also my electronics seemed to malfunction usually between 11pm-6am.
(Submitted by Natasha K)
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- 1303 Solano st
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- 39.9277109, -122.18240579999997
- Tehama County, California
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