Hotel Congress is probably best known for the role it played in the capture of John Dillinger and his gang of outlaws, but there are apparently several ghosts who lay claim to the Congress. At least two suicides there have reportedly led to hauntings in the rooms in which they took place (Rooms 214 and 242). A long-term resident also died in the hotel and it is claimed that his ghost also still lingers.
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- 311 E Congress St
Tucson, AZ 85701
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- 32.2220936, -110.96693419999997
- Pima County, Arizona
- Nearest Towns:
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