Hassayampa Inn

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Rumored to be haunted by a woman named “Faith” who killed herself in despair (over a man, of course) and a the ghost of a man that the employees call “the Night Watchman”.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    122 E Gurley St
    Prescott, AZ 86301
    United States

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    GPS:
    34.542292, -112.46770300000003
    County:
    Yavapai County, Arizona
    Nearest Towns:
    Prescott, AZ (0.2 mi.)
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    1. We stayed in Faith’s room on the 4th floor. My husband and I tried to invoke her spirit but no EVPs were caught. The room doesn’t feel haunted. However, we spoke to the unofficial tour guide of the hotel and she informed us that the hotel that was there before burned down and that hundreds of Chinese immigrants died on that land. Faith’s was not the only casualty.

    2. I stayed at the hotel less then 10 years ago and did see the spirit of faith. I did not know the history prior to staying there, which made it even more interesting, when I found out. I then did some research and it made me feel better knowing that I was not seeing things.

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