Buckhorn Bath's Motel and Museum

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This historic motel and museum is believed to be haunted. Visitors to the building claim to have strange voices, screams, sobs and ghostly laughter.

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Geographic Information

Main Street and Recker Road
Mesa, AZ
United States

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33.41595683200229, -111.70221903923448
Maricopa County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Gilbert, AZ (6.6 mi.)
Mesa, AZ (7.0 mi.)
Apache Junction, AZ (8.8 mi.)
San Carlos, AZ (9.8 mi.)
Chandler, AZ (11.0 mi.)
Tempe, AZ (11.9 mi.)
Queen Creek, AZ (12.2 mi.)
Scottsdale, AZ (13.0 mi.)
Fountain Hills, AZ (13.6 mi.)
Tempe Junction, AZ (13.9 mi.)


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  1. I would like to come to the property and look around the area..also I’am a believer and I’am not afraid.I believe in ghosts and spirits and demons..I know that they are all around us.How do I contact you to get permission to come on the property?
    Thank you
    Lisa Koref

  2. My father in law saw an an airforce pilot in bungalo 3.He said he was as solid as you or I but apeared out of nowhere hyaving not opened the door. He said to him in a Brittish accent “I shouldn’t have done it but she left me. In reading about the old Buckhorn this very morning I found out that Brittish airmen were trained at Falcon field and the little bungalos that served as barracks were moved to the prolerty. 23 Brittish airmen died in on and around falcon field. In reading this at least 1 may have been a suicide. They are buried at Mesa cemetary.

  3. My father in law was the maintenance man for the buckhorn in the late 80s and early 90s. He stayed in bungalow 3. He said that a man in a flight suit knocked on the door and said that he thought this was his room. Then before he could reply the man disappeared before his eyes leaving behind the faint smell of a cigar. He said he wore a captains hat a scarf and bomber jacket. Young guy that had a cocky heir about him. I always felt like there were many people around when there was almost no one. Very weird vibe to that place and the old lady that owned it was….how should I put this. You would figure her to live in a haunted house. She could have been in the movies for sure. Real character. Now that it’s been sold and redesigned…I wonder what will become of the residing souls.

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