Historic Anchorage Hotel

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Some believe that the first Chief of Police of Anchorage who was killed near the Anchorage hotel and that his ghost haunts the hotel to this day. People have also claimed to see a female ghost in a white dress and many have reported children ghosts.

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    330 E St
    Anchorage, AK 99501
    United States

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    61.21883499999999, -149.89176099999997
    Anchorage County
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    1. I’ve only visited this location briefly the few times I’ve been in the downtown area, but all three times something has happened. First time I was there, there was a knock in the bar when no one was around. The second time, I felt a small presence near the window and had a hand through my hair (which freaked me out) and the third time I was there, I thought I heard a small girlish giggle.

    2. When I stayed there, I always felt followed, and the second and last night I was there, I heard crying from under my bed. I didn’t get any sleep that night.

    3. i worked at The Historic for 3 months and it had been grumpy calls about children in the halls at 3 am and just a bunch but the worst was when I went to stock the continental breakfast and went down to get OJ when I came back I found a 400 pound clown standing in the lobby with six plus balloons tied to him I asked why he was here and he said he was waiting for me!!!! I told him to leave and ran down the hall, i came back and he was gone…middle of the winter outside door locked oh my god….

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