Carbon Hotel

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Dating back to the 1900’s, this brothel and hotel closed down in the 1970’s. However, a recent investigation revealed that the place may still be haunted, as strange sounds and the apparition of a woman in an old-fashioned dress have been reported.

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Geographic Information

258 South Main Street
Helper, UT
United States

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39.68307, -110.85493500000001
Carbon County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
Helper, UT (0.1 mi.)
Spring Glen, UT (1.6 mi.)
Kenilworth, UT (2.6 mi.)
Carbonville, UT (4.5 mi.)
Price, UT (6.2 mi.)
Wellington, UT (11.6 mi.)
Clear Creek, UT (16.0 mi.)
Hiawatha, UT (16.1 mi.)
Scofield, UT (16.5 mi.)
Elmo, UT (20.4 mi.)


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  1. I was just in the Carbon Hotel. Im apart of the organization that owns it. I seen a man in black standing in the second floor window, next to a manikin.

    • Stephen, I am interested in doing a private ghost session at the Carbon Hotel. I have my own gear, and am willing to pay a fee to be allowed access to the ‘hot’ spots that reportedly haunted in the hotel. Please let me know how to contact you to discuss. I gave my email in the private portal related to the comment page.

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