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Some people believe that the ghost of Gram Parsons, father of country rock, inhabits room 8, which is where he died of a drug overdose in the early 70’s. He will allegedly move or relocate small items such as earrings and will move the mirror that hangs on the wall – which is the only piece of furniture that still remains from the furnishings that were in the room when he died.

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    61259 Twentynine Palms Hwy
    Joshua Tree, CA 92252
    United States

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    34.134411, -116.32635199999999
    San Bernardino County, California
    Nearest Towns:
    Joshua Tree, CA (0.8 mi.)
    Yucca Valley, CA (6.2 mi.)
    Twentynine Palms, CA (15.6 mi.)
    Desert Hot Springs, CA (15.6 mi.)
    Morongo Valley, CA (15.8 mi.)
    Desert Edge, CA (15.9 mi.)
    Sky Valley, CA (17.0 mi.)
    Garnet, CA (20.4 mi.)
    Indio Hills, CA (21.6 mi.)
    Thousand Palms, CA (22.0 mi.)

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