Franco American Hotel

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The hotel building dates back to 1855, however the business is no longer in operation. Visitors to the edifice have reported the apparition of a black-caped man with a cane roaming the second floor.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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310 West Miner Street
Yreka, CA
United States

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41.7320605, -122.63739650000002
Siskiyou County, California
Nearest Towns:
Yreka, CA (0.3 mi.)
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Grenada, CA (8.4 mi.)
Hornbrook, CA (13.0 mi.)
Fort Jones, CA (13.5 mi.)
Gazelle, CA (15.8 mi.)
Greenview, CA (18.7 mi.)
Edgewood, CA (21.7 mi.)
Etna, CA (23.2 mi.)
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  1. Me and my family went there one night during a Christmas tree lighting and all I remember is right as I got to the stairs I felt this pain in my chest and a sickening starting in my stomach and just the feeling of an evil presence. This also happened to my grandmother.

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