Mirabeau Park Hotel

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The ghosts of a woman and her two children are said to walk the hotel halls, frightening guests and causing mischief in the guest rooms. Also, staff are perturbed by a male ghost who reportedly committed suicide in a guest room near the front desk, and there is a friendly male ghost on the third floor who asks the housekeepers for towels and then disappears.

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1100 N Sullivan Rd
Spokane Valley, WA 99037
United States

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47.66744569999999, -117.19649190000001
Spokane County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
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  1. Hello I have had an ancounter with a ghost I think but I’ve seen shadows and I’ve herd voices but it scares me like I think we use to have old people who lived at my house just wondering what I should do I’m young but if I have information I’m DEFINITELY going to peace it together and I will get to the bottom of it

  2. I stay at Mirabeau Park Hotel all of the time for school and work. I have had several instances during my stays. The first incident, I was working on stuff for an online college course. I was working on the assignment the night before the deadline when suddenly I was booted out, got a prompt that the work was no longer available (past deadline), and instantly heard this creepy deep male mischievous laugh right next to me. I was completely alone. I freaked out. I took screen shots, called friends and family to share, and let the teacher know – nobody could ever explain what happened. Thankfully the teacher reset it the following day. The following two times were similar, but on a more friendly note. I placed my slippers by the side of the bed, and when I went to retrieve them later that night they were placed against a wall under a desk – tucked way up under the desk neatly against the wall. I heard either female or childlike laughter in the instant I found them- like a funny prank being played on me.

  3. I was staying at the mirabeau on the third floor with my two dogs and cat. I’ve always wondered until now how one night I was in my room and I got a call from a hotel clerk that said my dog was outside the hotel in parking lot. I didn’t even know she wasn’t in the room let alone how she got out went down two flights and then out the front door.i could never figure out how that happened.still dont know if it was a ghost.

  4. I stayed at the maribeau with my family, We were all getting settled in when out of no where and apparition of a woman sat on the bed and said GET OUT OF MY ROOM!!! My kids were so scared and I called the front desk to tell them.. They said they could put me in another room.. I was like that’s all you have to say.. Anyways, We stayed in the room and when we woke up the chairs in the room were upside down and my car keys were hidden under the matress of my bed.. Scary

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