Old Boulder City Hospital was constructed during the Great Depression for workers on the Hoover Dam. When it became a community center in 2012, folks soon realized they weren’t alone in the building. Moaning and other unexplained noises as well as footsteps and shadow figures have been reported. Apparitions have been seen here too. Reports say many of the old hospital’s deaths were covered up by listing the cause as pneumonia, when actually the patients died from carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of their work on the dam. The site has been featured on an episode of TV’s Ghost Hunters.
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- 701 Park Pl
Boulder City, NV
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- 35.979430103791714, -114.83092536627044
- Clark County, Nevada
- Nearest Towns:
- Boulder City, NV (0.1 mi.)
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Nelson, NV (18.8 mi.)
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Paradise, NV (19.4 mi.)
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Las Vegas, NV (21.8 mi.)
North Las Vegas, NV (22.0 mi.)
Nellis Air Force Base, NV (22.3 mi.)
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