Reports are unclear as to whether the haunted hotel and antique mall are still in operation–it was up for sale on eBay in October of 2008. Former owners reported hearing disembodied footsteps and closing doors on the second-floor hallway. One room, called the Murder Room, was the site of a stabbing. A soldier who was staying here in the 1940s got into a fight at the bar across the street. His killers followed him back to his hotel room, climbed onto the roof, and crept into the room from the balcony. Ghost hunters have caught video of misty shapes and electronic voice phenomena of a female saying “Yessss,” and employees have seen apparitions. Small children who were visiting have been frightened of something unseen, and witnesses say lights go on and off by themselves and objects have been known to be moved or disappear.
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- 204 E Main St
Hardy, AR 72542
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- 36.3156985, -91.48106089999999
- Sharp County, Arkansas
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