The historic hotel dates back to the early twentieth century, when it served as accommodation and as a boarding house for railroad workers and visitors. Previous owners and guests have been reporting paranormal occurrences throughout the building for over fifty years, including disembodied footsteps, ghostly laughter, doors opening and closing of their own accord amongst many other strange incidents. The hotel also features two rooms which are particularly haunted. In the Trupp Room, guests have reported voices, cold spots and have seen the apparition of a woman in an old-fashioned gown. In the Jessup Room, some claim to have encountered an entity who plays with the television, and who has been known to climb into bed with male guests. Other sightings include shadowy figures on the porch at night, a young girl running through the hallways and a spectral figure who has been known to appear behind people in mirrors.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 109455 Highway 97 North
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- 43.216048, -121.78254700000002
- Klamath County, Oregon
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