I was an opening GM before when it had lost its flag from a Ramada.
I was in the back of the back closet and there were just 2 people in the building the front desk person and I was getting food for the downtown pantry and trying to organize the hotel since our situation was awful. I heard something in the kitchen and Said Hello?? I saw this man in a very old brown suit and the way I took it he was telling me what a great job I was doing.
The very first GM committed suicide in his room there when it first opened many years before I got there. An older gentleman was sitting on the couch waiting to go into the meeting room for his High School Reunion and passed away on the couch.
The housekeepers would not go to the 3rd floor since they kept hearing doors shutting and no one was staying on the 3rd floor.
That is all that I know but would love to know more about that area…
(Submitted by Julie)
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- 150 Hotel Heights
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- 41.0422243, -78.39611489999999
- Clearfield County, Pennsylvania
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