Cedar Inn

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Built in 1927 for the railroad workers here, this haunted hotel is home to some noisy, banging spirits. Many guests ask to change rooms because of all the noise and footsteps that seem to come from nowhere. The ghosts are thought to be deceased railroad workmen coming back for a visit.

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412 S Main
Pierce, ID 83546
United States

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46.4877305, -115.79900989999999
Clearwater County, Idaho
Nearest Towns:
Pierce, ID (0.2 mi.)
Weippe, ID (10.2 mi.)
Kamiah, ID (21.1 mi.)
Orofino, ID (21.7 mi.)
Kooskia, ID (25.2 mi.)
Elk River, ID (27.3 mi.)
Nezperce, ID (27.4 mi.)
Stites, ID (28.6 mi.)
Peck, ID (29.8 mi.)
Peck, ID (30.2 mi.)

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