Old Railway Hotel

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Staff and guests staying at the hotel have reported sightings of a woman in a blue frock wandering the hallways and standing at the ends of their beds. Cold spots are felt in the hotel during warm weather. Strange whispering noises are also heard in the hotel when there is no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

40 Tennyson Road
Mackay, Queensland

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-21.145612, 149.18998299999998
Nearest Towns:
Victoria Park, AU (0.7 mi.)
Mackay, AU (1.7 mi.)
Devils Elbow, AU (1.7 mi.)
Te Kowai, AU (4.9 mi.)
Eimeo Road, AU (5.7 mi.)
Dumbleton, AU (5.9 mi.)
Alexandra, AU (6.0 mi.)
Amhurst, AU (6.1 mi.)
Farleigh, AU (6.3 mi.)
Palms, AU (7.0 mi.)


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