Hotel Conneaut

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Several ghosts are said to haunt this hotel including a ghost bride who allegedly died in a fire, a young child who died after falling down the stairs, and even a mad butcher who was dismembered in the kitchen. If you are looking for a haunted room, the Elizabeth’s room (the doomed bride) is said to have been room 321 and people claim that she visits this room most often.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    12382 Center Street
    Conneaut Lake, PA 16316
    United States

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    GPS:
    41.63293346357134, -80.31395402222898
    County:
    Crawford County, Pennsylvania
    Nearest Towns:
    Conneaut Lakeshore, PA (0.4 mi.)
    Harmonsburg, PA (1.9 mi.)
    Conneaut Lake, PA (2.1 mi.)
    Linesville, PA (5.9 mi.)
    Hartstown, PA (6.5 mi.)
    Geneva, PA (6.7 mi.)
    Fredericksburg, PA (7.1 mi.)
    Kerrtown, PA (7.9 mi.)
    Pymatuning North, PA (8.1 mi.)
    Meadville, PA (8.4 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.clphotelconneaut.com/

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    1. Robin S. Aley-Riley  |  

      I worked there for 3 years and stayed there quite a bit and although ive never seen anything i would get a creepy feeling like i was being watched so i would just say im cleaning your mansion and doing your laundry to keep the place beautiful and then i would calm down and be ok again, see shadows in hallways when it would be just a wrker and i but as far as really seeing a ghost no i must say i havent but sure is spooky when your running around at night and just a handful of workerw in the whole building but what a beautiful place and so many great memories were madet here

    2. We stayed there a few years ago when I thought it might be a fun place to ghost hunt with my family, We left there with no doubts about it being haunted. one day we walked around and my wife entered an empty room. in the hallway my son asked to show us a sign of a presents and we heard a door slam hard. my wife had just walked out of the room and something slammed the door behind her. we also saw a strange fuzzy object bouncing down the first floor hallway. we at first thought it was some kind of animal but could see no real features. we followed it into a room and it disappeared. my EMF meter was working like crazy while we were there and my son and I walked into many cold spots that made the hairs stand up on your arms and neck. We had items disappear from our room including a key and then be returned a few days later. I believe we had a night time ghostly visitor whom frightened my son and whom I believe showed himself to me in a very detailed and frightening dream. in the dream it was a bearded man .

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