Hotel Leger

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Sightings of George Leger who died in 1879 have been reported. He has been seen walking the halls throughout the hotel. People also claim to hear a woman crying and there have been some sightings of a young girl ghost sitting by the fireplace.

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    Geographic Information

    8304 Main Street
    Mokelumne Hill, CA, 95245
    United States

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    38.30107570000001, -120.70584250000002
    Calaveras County, California
    Nearest Towns:
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    Contact Information

    (209) 286-1401


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    1. My wife and I stayed here for two nights in 2014. We kept hearing the metal light fixture outside our room being hit, the door handle was shaking in the hallway bathroom when no one was around, an orb appeared in the camera viewfinder while taking a pic inside the room, and my wife’s earring was pulled out and flung on to the floor. We rushed out of there at that point..

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