Kalamunda Hotel

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This heritage listed hotel and pub is famous for its fine dining and abundance of ghost stories. The most haunted room in the hotel is Room #024, where guests have reported cold spots and strange lights. The spirit of a teenage girl who through herself off the balcony at the rear of the hotel has been seen throughout the hotel, and is accredited with moving items around and sobbing. Other spirits reported are a young girl in a white dress, an elderly man in and old-fashioned suit and a shy spirit who remains confined to the shadows.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

43 Railway Road
Kalamunda, WA

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-31.972184884157276, 116.0598428962951
Nearest Towns:
South Kalamunda, AU (1.2 mi.)
Lesmurdie, AU (3.5 mi.)
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