Wild West Inn

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Lights reportedly turn on and off by themselves and people here strange whispering noises when there is no one around. Guests staying towards the rear of the hotel have reported seeing the apparition of a man looking into their rooms from outside, and two ghostly dogs reportedly haunt the upper floor of the hotel.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

455 6th Street
Wells, NV 89835
United States

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41.111395, -114.96402699999999
Elko County, Nevada
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