Palace Hotel and Casino

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Although reports say it may no longer be open as a hotel, this Old West hotel and casino has been featured on the History Channel. It is said that Miss Kitty, the wife of hotel owner Dr. Chambers, passed away in Room 3, but she still turns down the beds and lights the candles for the guests. Her ghost has been seen in the room, wearing a long nightgown and her hair over her shoulders. Her apparition has also been seen from the outside, looking out Room 3’s window.

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    Geographic Information

    172 East Bennett Avenue
    Cripple Creek, CO 80813
    United States

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    38.7465613, -105.17930000000001
    Teller County, Colorado
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