Mine House Inn

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Now closed, people once reported the ghosts of an elderly couple bickering. Also said to be here is a little girl who occupied what was once the Director’s Room and might be responsible for turning faucets on.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Amador City, CA 95601
United States

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38.41757254975831, -120.82435892525609
Amador County, California
Nearest Towns:
Amador City, CA (0.1 mi.)
Sutter Creek, CA (2.1 mi.)
Drytown, CA (2.3 mi.)
Martell, CA (3.8 mi.)
Plymouth, CA (4.6 mi.)
Jackson, CA (5.5 mi.)
Fiddletown, CA (7.0 mi.)
Ione, CA (7.4 mi.)
Pine Grove, CA (9.0 mi.)
Buena Vista, CA (9.8 mi.)


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  1. Gail Hernandez  |  

    I stayed there with my mom once and we had some pretty unforgettable experiences. I will never forget how scared we were.

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