Spur Hotel

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This 1928 hotel wasn’t restored till the late 1990’s, but the refurbishment may have stirred up the resident ghost. Room #007 is a hotspot for paranormal activity, but who or what haunts the place is currently unclear.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

110 North Center Street
Archer City, TX
United States

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33.59603269999999, -98.62542990000003
Archer County, Texas
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  1. Stayed in room 7 and while laying in bed I could hear someone breathing. I was woken up by my arms continually being raised up while sleeping on my back

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