Brunswick Hotel

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Numerous apparitions, ghostly voices and physical contact with the guests…the ghosts at the Brunswick are apparently active. As of this writing (MArch 2013) it appears the Brunswick has closed its doors, but check back and let us know if it ever re-opens.

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    315 E Andy Devine Ave
    Kingman, AZ 86401
    United States

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    35.188776, -114.0539832
    Mohave County, Arizona
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    1. I used to work at el palacio right next to the hotel. I can attest to seeing and hearing things that would definitely make your neck hairs stand up.

    2. The old movie theater which is now an antique shop in downtown kingman It was on my birthday that my mom and I decided to go out and shop and we walked into there and everything seemed fine till I walked up to the stage area and seen an orb fly right off to my left I heard someone died in ther but later that night while I was asleep I started talking and I was asking for help as though I was under a lot of stress and later that morning my mom told me about it.. Thing is…I never talk in my sleep.

    3. The old State theater on Beale street is being renovated for community use. I have been involved in ghost investigations there a couple of times. The last time, I saw what looked like the back half of a man walk across one of the alley doorways next to the stage. Very creepy! The photo is an illustration of what I saw.

    4. Werner Fleishmann found the Hotel Brunswick in 2012, physically bare, but full of history, more importantly, full of potential. Thus, Werner purchased the Hotel Brunswick in May of 2012 and fixed the roof and made the hotel safe. Fleischmann decided to finish the remodeling of Phase 1 which is the back building of the restaurant Garibaldi’s, that experienced a good start. The hotel currently offers two rooms you can book through Airbnb.

    5. My husband, his cousin and I were in the hotel around 2014. Not really sure of the exact year. Just before the ice cream parlor opened. Our cousin was doing some work in the place and some stuff happened that scared him so we went to check it out. He was deaf so he could only see and feel things. We walked around the hotel certain rooms gave me chills. We went to see the tunnels below while we were in the basement my husband and I heard children running back and forth upstairs in the hotel.

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