Inn at Castle Rock

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This historic hillside inn was built in the late 1870’s for an explorer, and later became a boarding house. It is now a delightful building, which is allegedly haunted by the ghost of a woman shot dead opposite the hotel. Staff have reportedly seen her roaming the hallways, while guests have encountered her in their rooms. The haunting’s taking place in this hotel are so prolific that the staff have left out a journal for guests to write in if they have any otherworldly encounters.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

112 Tombstone Canyon Road
Bisbee, AZ
United States

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31.441701710597123, -109.91888952237792
Cochise County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Bisbee, AZ (0.7 mi.)
Naco, AZ (7.5 mi.)
Palominas, AZ (12.5 mi.)
Miracle Valley, AZ (14.5 mi.)
Sierra Vista Southeast, AZ (17.6 mi.)
McNeal, AZ (18.3 mi.)
Tombstone, AZ (20.7 mi.)
Elfrida, AZ (21.7 mi.)
Pirtleville, AZ (21.9 mi.)
Douglas, AZ (23.0 mi.)


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