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Security Cameras picked up a creepy shadow on the wall of the 2nd floor. There are no windows down this hall, and the camera was only activated by motion. Ghost hunters came to check this out and what they found was astonishing. The hotel is currently closed, I believe someone bought it, and is remodeling to re-open. I was an employee there from 2006 up until it closed in 2010.

(Submitted by Anon)

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    2095 N 11th street
    Beaumont, TX
    United States

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    30.097731, -94.13109500000002
    Jefferson County, Texas
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