Queen of The Murchison Hotel

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Staff and guests staying at this old-fashioned hotel have reportedly heard footsteps pacing the back hallway, and having occasionally seen a shadowy figure standing at the far end.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Great Northern Highway
Cue WA 6640, Australia

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-27.423976699840978, 117.89722251898638
Nearest Towns:
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  1. I have got a video drinking in the cue hotel where a pint glass goes flying off the table with no explanation at all this vid was taken on the 4/10/18

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