Mount Baker Hotel

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Witnesses describe the haunt at this hotel as 4-year-old little girl, who was said to be beaten to death by her mother. The apparition has red hair, a pink shirt and denim shorts, and she is said to (unsuccessfully) try to push guests down the stairs. At times, folks have heard her cry out things like “The bad woman’s gonna hurt me!” or “Turn around, the bad woman will hurt you!”

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45951 Main St
Concrete, WA 98237
United States

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48.539146, -121.74554699999999
Skagit County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Concrete, WA (0.0 mi.)
Rockport, WA (7.7 mi.)
Hamilton, WA (11.2 mi.)
Marblemount, WA (13.6 mi.)
Lyman, WA (14.5 mi.)
Swede Heaven, WA (17.6 mi.)
Lake Cavanaugh, WA (19.4 mi.)
Oso, WA (20.4 mi.)
Darrington, WA (20.7 mi.)
Sedro-Woolley, WA (22.6 mi.)

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  1. If the little girl was beat to death by her mother, why does she refer to her as “The bad woman?”. Why doesn’t the spirit refer to her as “My mother?”. Was it really her mother who killed her? or was it a stranger that she can only refer to as “The bad woman?”.

  2. By the way just an FYI about the Mount Baker Hotel. We investigated this place and there are so many more ghosts residing in it than the little girl. When we did the investigation we found two other ghosts besides the girl, for certain that still remain there. It is the ghost of a woman in a long white Victorian style gown who loves music, and a veteran soldier from the Vietnam war who at that time resided in the old furnace room in the basement by the name of Dennis Cole. He gave us his name, and we know he is from Vietnam because his name is posted on a memorial in Burlington for Skagit County veterans who had died in wars. We could not discover why he was there other than it is possibly to find his girlfriend. His family, the Cole’s, has a strong history in Concrete.

  3. My boyfriend and I stayed here last night. We had no idea about it being haunted. I saw what looked like an apparition in the living room area of our room but thought I was just seeing things. My boyfriend pretty much wasn’t able to sleep at all.. every time he fell asleep he had horrifying murderous dreams (he never has nightmares and barely ever remembers his dreams). Upon waking from one of the nightmares he had a vision of a demonic like entity choking him. In the morning I exited the bedroom area to hang out in the living room while he tried to catch up on some sleep.. he later told me he heard the bedroom door lock after I was already in the living room. After he told me about his rough night and I told him about the apparition I saw we came to the conclusion this place is haunted.

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