Geiser Grand Hotel

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A great many haunts are believed to reside in the 1889 Geiser Grand Hotel was built in 1889 as luxurious lodgings for mine investors and other wealthy folks. A few of the apparitions seen here are a young girl, a 1930s woman in a purple dress, a 1920s saloon dancer, a headless former chef, a cowboy and his girlfriend and a “Lady in Blue” who floats up the grand staircase. Room 302, where former owner Maybelle Geiser lived, is said to be active with paranormal activity. She has been known to admire and rearrange guests’ jewelry and eat their complimentary snacks.

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1996 Main St
Baker City, OR 97814
United States

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44.776876, -117.82933430000003
Baker County, Oregon
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  1. I worked at The Geiser Grand Hotel as a night auditor for two years. At no time did I ever see or hear anything unusual, nor did any guest report anything out of the ordinary to me. Knowing the owners and how much they spent on renovating the building, my opinion is, and will remain, that they hyped stories to encourage visitors and try to recoup their investment. They chose a particularly poor time to renovate and open because the local economy pretty much went bust within 6 months of their opening. That left them out over 2 million dollars, debts to pay and virtually no bookings. That began to slowly change as rumors about it being haunted began circulating. I am highly suspicious shall we say?

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