Rudy's Redeye Grill and Hotel

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Local legends claim that the wardrobe on the second level of the hotel is haunted by an unknown spirit that was cursed to the wardrobe a long time ago after it was made. Other reports claim seeing shadowy apparitions in the 3rd and 4th hotel halls in between the hours of 2:45 AM and 3:55 AM.

(Submitted by Jaxon L)

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Geographic Information

4940 US-61
St Paul, MN 55110
United States

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45.09053431263829, -93.00588870079088
Ramsey County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
White Bear Lake, MN (0.4 mi.)
Dellwood, MN (1.6 mi.)
Birchwood, MN (2.5 mi.)
Gem Lake, MN (2.6 mi.)
Mahtomedi, MN (3.0 mi.)
Willernie, MN (3.5 mi.)
North Oaks, MN (3.7 mi.)
Vadnais Heights, MN (4.0 mi.)
Pine Springs, MN (4.5 mi.)
Grant, MN (4.7 mi.)


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