Furnace Creek Inn and Resort

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The kitchen and dining room are reportedly haunted by a ghost that makes random banging sounds.

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    328 Greenland Rch Rd
    Death Valley, CA 92328
    United States

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    36.456226614196545, -116.86828364418028
    Inyo County, California
    Nearest Towns:
    Furnace Creek, CA (1.0 mi.)
    Beatty, NV (31.8 mi.)
    Darwin, CA (42.3 mi.)
    Shoshone, CA (47.1 mi.)
    Pahrump, NV (52.1 mi.)
    Tecopa, CA (55.2 mi.)
    Searles Valley, CA (56.2 mi.)
    Ridgecrest, CA (73.0 mi.)
    China Lake Acres, CA (75.4 mi.)
    Inyokern, CA (76.9 mi.)

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    1. Is Furnace Creek haunted? As a long time visitor to both the Ranch and the Inn, I can state that both are haunted, as well as the desert area around the Ranch. In the late 1990s, I stayed at Furnace Creek Inn and, late one evening after a night with friends at the bar (near the kitchen), I was walking back to my room and watched as an elegantly dressed woman in an 1800s dress walked right into a hall wall and disappeared. Now I don’t drink and was perfectly sober, and I ran to the front desk to report what I had seen. The night clerk told me it was a well-known ghostly guest who inhabited the lower floor and made noises at night around the kitchen/bar. Sometimes she just walks away into parts of the Inn that are no more.

      I always stay at the Ranch now, where a ghostly camp fire can sometimes be seen at night in the desert north of the lodgings. (Camping is not allowed in this area of the park.) Employees say this is the camp fire of the 49s who stayed in this area in 1849. Look north, toward Stovepipe Wells around 2:00 AM and use binoculars to see the huge fire and wagons about a mile away.

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