Rosewood Hotel

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The historic hotel is haunted by at least three spirits. The first is that of an elderly woman in a black dress, who has been seen floating up and down the hotel verandah. The second is the ghost of a soldier who was shot in the building. His gentle voice is sometimes heard, and he is regarded as a calm presence. The third ghost is a Scottish man nicknamed ‘Rusty’ by the staff. Guests have mysteriously reported water dripping from no particular source, and the piano in the hotel often plays by itself. Strange lights and orbs have been seen and photographed in the hotel.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

6 John Street
Rosewood, Queensland

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-27.6420462749347, 152.59336978198462
Nearest Towns:
Perrys Knob, AU (1.9 mi.)
Cabanda, AU (1.9 mi.)
Birru, AU (3.0 mi.)
Malabar, AU (4.1 mi.)
Minden, AU (6.4 mi.)
Loamside, AU (8.7 mi.)
Prenzlau, AU (8.9 mi.)
Summerholm, AU (8.9 mi.)
Glamorgan Vale, AU (9.0 mi.)
Cottonvale, AU (9.3 mi.)


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