St. George Hotel

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This hotel boasts a couple of ghosts: a young girl who appears dressed all in white, and a well-dressed gentleman with a cane. Other strange happenings reported here include lights that fade in and out, beds that become rumpled in a minute, and noises at night.

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    16104 Main St
    Volcano, CA 95689
    United States

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    38.4416542, -120.63077390000001
    Amador County, California
    Nearest Towns:
    Volcano, CA (0.1 mi.)
    Pine Grove, CA (2.5 mi.)
    Pioneer, CA (3.3 mi.)
    West Point, CA (6.3 mi.)
    Fiddletown, CA (8.0 mi.)
    Rail Road Flat, CA (9.4 mi.)
    River Pines, CA (9.5 mi.)
    Sutter Creek, CA (9.9 mi.)
    Jackson, CA (10.1 mi.)
    Martell, CA (10.3 mi.)

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    1. We were in a dead sleep at 6 am in Indian Hill Room on the third floor. The hotel was empty. A small wall hanging dropped from the wall, and shattered glass everywhere. The wall hanging was affixed to two nails, and was a very light wooden fixture with two glass decorations. The walls are very thick and the nails were firmly in place. It seemed that the wall fixture was thrown because of the force with which the frame and glass shattered.

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