Silver King Hotel

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The historic hotel was formerly a boarding house for men working at the nearby copper mines, and has been the scene of several murders, which is just the tip of the iceberg of this hotel’s dark past. It is believed that two apparitions haunt the old building, and the bicycle store on the lower floors which formerly housed a brothel and gambling den. The first commonly reported apparition is an oriental laundress who used to run a laundry on the middle floor of the building. The other spectre is an injured miner, who has been seen and heard in a distressed state on the upper floors.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

43 Brewery Avenue
Bisbee, AZ
United States

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31.4434355, -109.91377410000001
Cochise County, Arizona
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