Cooney Mansion Bed and Breakfast

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This historic mansion was built in 1908 and sits atop a hill with spectacular views of the valley below. According to psychics who visited the property, the old building is haunted by up to seven spirits. Witnesses claim to have seen apparitions, heard disembodied footsteps and been locked out of their rooms by a vengeful entity.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

1705 Fifth St
Cosmopolis, WA
United States

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46.9512094, -123.77191970000001
Grays Harbor County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Cosmopolis, WA (0.3 mi.)
Junction City, WA (1.4 mi.)
Aberdeen, WA (2.7 mi.)
Central Park, WA (4.1 mi.)
Hoquiam, WA (5.9 mi.)
Aberdeen Gardens, WA (7.7 mi.)
Montesano, WA (8.2 mi.)
Markham, WA (11.1 mi.)
Brady, WA (12.6 mi.)
Satsop, WA (14.1 mi.)


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