Historic Rocksprings Hotel

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Dating back to 1916, the historic hotel survived a tornado that destroyed the township in 1927. The building has alternated between serving as a hotel and the town hospital for over a century, and is rumoured to be haunted. Reports indicate that a male apparition warns guests about fateful events to come, and a woman visiting the place was once caught in a time loop in which she experienced the hotel furnished with d├ęcor from a bygone era.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

200 West Austin Street
Rocksprings, TX
United States

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30.0169126, -100.20875920000003
Edwards County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Rocksprings, TX (0.2 mi.)
Camp Wood, TX (26.7 mi.)
Leakey, TX (33.4 mi.)
Junction, TX (41.8 mi.)
Sonora, TX (46.0 mi.)
Utopia, TX (49.4 mi.)
Brackettville, TX (50.4 mi.)
Fort Clark Springs, TX (50.8 mi.)
Laughlin Air Force Base, TX (57.2 mi.)
Val Verde Park, TX (58.0 mi.)


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