Turkey Hotel

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This 1927 bed and breakfast inn stands on the site of the previous foundations of a hotel that was damaged beyond repair during a severe tornado at the beginning of the twentieth century. Legend has it that the building has a resident male ghost, who haunts an upstairs room where he supposedly passed away when the building served as overnight quarters for railroad passengers. Guests staying here have reported lights turning on and off of their own accord and the feeling of someone climbing into bed with them. On one occasion, a visitor reported that his dog growled and barked at something he couldn’t see for the entire duration of their stay.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

201 Third Street
Turkey, TX
United States

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34.39394950462318, -100.89788469678746
Hall County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Turkey, TX (0.1 mi.)
Quitaque, TX (9.3 mi.)
Lakeview, TX (22.5 mi.)
Silverton, TX (23.8 mi.)
Matador, TX (26.7 mi.)
Estelline, TX (28.2 mi.)
Memphis, TX (30.8 mi.)
Roaring Springs, TX (34.2 mi.)
Hedley, TX (35.4 mi.)
Lockney, TX (36.2 mi.)


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