Cochise Hotel

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The 1882 Cochise Hotel is located in a remote semi-ghost town in the heart of the desert, and is rumoured to be haunted. Guests staying in the inn have reportedly heard cries for help and sobs, while the apparition of a woman’s head encased in a glowing ball of light has been observed floating throughout the hallways at night.

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Geographic Information

5062 North Cochise Stronghold Road
Cochise, AZ
United States

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32.114326158396324, -109.92242668567997
Cochise County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Dragoon, AZ (9.0 mi.)
Willcox, AZ (10.9 mi.)
Saint David, AZ (22.4 mi.)
Sunizona, AZ (22.5 mi.)
Benson, AZ (24.0 mi.)
Whetstone, AZ (26.9 mi.)
Tombstone, AZ (29.0 mi.)
Bowie, AZ (29.4 mi.)
Mescal, AZ (31.2 mi.)
Elfrida, AZ (32.7 mi.)


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  1. I live in Cochise, just blocks from the hotel. Although the hotel has a colorful and fascinating history, I have never heard of a “haunting”. The hotel has been inactive for over a decade with the exception of the family who ownes the property occasionally spending weekends.

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