Pioneer Inn

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This building was a hotel from the 1860s to the 1990s, when it was turned into offices for a church. As of 2013, it was sold to the city of Clayton. Here the ghosts may be seen carrying objects around, and visitors have been touched by the spirits on their hands or shoulders.

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Geographic Information

6055 Main St
Clayton, CA
United States

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37.941472, -121.93573900000001
Contra Costa County, California
Nearest Towns:
Clayton, CA (0.0 mi.)
Concord, CA (5.8 mi.)
Bay Point, CA (5.9 mi.)
Bay Point, CA (6.2 mi.)
Pittsburg, CA (6.6 mi.)
Waldon, CA (6.6 mi.)
Pleasant Hill, CA (6.8 mi.)
Walnut Creek, CA (7.4 mi.)
Diablo, CA (7.5 mi.)
Clyde, CA (7.7 mi.)


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