Monte Vista Hotel

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Two ghosts are said to inhabit this hotel – a bellboy and a non-descript female.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    100 N San Francisco St
    Flagstaff, AZ 86001
    United States

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    GPS:
    35.19820929999999, -111.64742710000002
    County:
    Coconino County, Arizona
    Nearest Towns:
    Flagstaff, AZ (0.2 mi.)
    Kachina Village, AZ (7.4 mi.)
    Mountainaire, AZ (7.9 mi.)
    Munds Park, AZ (17.5 mi.)
    Parks, AZ (17.5 mi.)
    Sedona, AZ (23.6 mi.)
    West Sedona, AZ (24.6 mi.)
    Village of Oak Creek (Big Park), AZ (29.6 mi.)
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    Williams, AZ (30.9 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.hotelmontevista.com

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    1. I stayed there on 3/27-28/16 and i thought it was all just crap untill around 11:45 i heard knocking from the closet, which is one of the paranormal events that happen and then i was not able to sleep due to the feeling of someone watching. My little brother felt the same way and wasnt able to sleep.

    2. My family and I went through here and we had some paranormal activity too. We went down to the basement and could hear the dancing people. Then it was said that sometimes people could hear the cry of a baby, and we did. Then we went up the stairs and one of the doors had opened on its own when we passed by. Then the mysterious 5th (or 6th) floor was there and I ran down the stairs in fear just for the elevator to open just as I reached the bottom of the stairs. I screamed and ran in. (Note: if you are ghost hunting, don’t run into an elevator that opens by itself.)

    3. i was with my friends in Flagstaff, Az. It was raining and our vehicle had broken down. We were near the downtown part of Flag and the Monte Vista Hotel was the first thing that caught our attention. We grabbed all of our things and ran to the Hotel. We asked for a room and the mysterious thing that caught us of guard was that the receptionist told us to be careful and that it was dangerous. We looked at each other weird and grabbed the key from her and went up to our room. I called my mom and told her what happened and that the roads were closed because of a bad rainstorm. She was worried of course but there was nothing we could do but wait it out. I went out into the hallway and heard someone walking behind me. Everyone i was with were inside and i turned to look, there was nothing. I kept heard the footsteps then someone tapped my shoulder hard. I turned to see what it was and there was a pen in front of my feet. I freaked out and went inside where i told them, they told me they heard someone in the hall but i was standing there the entire time. It was weird but cool

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