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Reportedly haunted by the ghost of a boy who drowned in the swimming pool, a maid who died after falling into the ice covered pond and falling ill and other random hauntings. If you want to try your luck at a haunted room, pick 310, this is reportedly a room that overlooks the pool and where the boy can most often be found.

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    Geographic Information

    330 E. Main St.
    Aspen, CO
    United States

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    39.1906913, -106.81942409999999
    Pitkin County, Colorado
    Nearest Towns:
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