Clawson House Inn

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In the late 1890’s, three miners were brutally murdered at the old inn, and reports of hauntings arose soon after this incident. The three miners’ ghosts are violent, and loud noises, shouts and arguing voices are heard late at night when no one is around. The apparition of an old lady, believed to be Mrs Clawson, has been seen wandering around the house, leaving behind a calming presence.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

116 Clawson Avenue
Bisbee, AZ
United States

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31.4431397, -109.91797080000003
Cochise County, Arizona
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