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Three different female ghosts are said to haunt the Lee Hotel. People believe that one of the ghosts is the original owner of the hotel and she is believed to knock on the doors of rooms in the hotel.

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    390 S Main Street
    Yuma, AZ 85364
    United States

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    32.7210451, -114.61768919999997
    Yuma County, Arizona
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    1. I stayed in I belive it was room 12 I had my own bathroom, every time I would take a shower, the door would makea weird noises. Like it was a knock or someone trying to open it. My boyfriend at the time was sleeping and something pulled the blankets off of him, and began rubbing his back..never the less he made us leave.. I wanted to stay, hopefully I can revisit the hotel again soon in the future

    2. I used to live there when I was younger and I heard the piano play down stairs and my bff had a best friend ask well and one day I asked to meet him and she said he’s sitting right next to you and there was no one then I heard the phone ring I was HELLLA scared I want to visit it soon but I believe it is now a business place smh…

    3. So I went to a restaurant just down the street and when we were leaving in the car we passed by this building. On the far left top window was a woman in a long old looking dress who also looked raggedy and like a typical movie ghost with long messyish hair. She locked eyes with me and kept staring all the way to the stop sign, her head followed me and her eyes starred into my soul. I instantly tried to point her out to the 2 people in the front of the car but they didn’t see, the girl next to me did see the figure and we shrugged it off thinking it was a creepy hologram. Well I couldn’t get my mind off of that woman’s face, especially her eyes, starring deeply at me. So I looked up the building and found out it was haunted! Now I’m 100% positive that this was not a hologram! Holograms don’t stare you down even though you’re in a moving car! This sighting happened December 3rd at about 6/6:30 pm and now I can’t sleep!

    4. Jordan Escalanti  |  

      I used to live there when I was younger and I was able to see and talk to ghost but the main one I talked to was a young girl and I believe it was one of the 3 girls and she never hurt me but I believe she just wanted someone to play with.

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