Tarabino Inn

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This inn was originally built in 1907 by the Italian Tarabino brothers. It is said to be haunted by a ghostly lady wearing a gown; she is seen most often at the bottom of the stairs. Phantom cigar smoke and the sound of footsteps also have been reported.

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310 E 2nd St
]Trinidad, CO 81082
United States

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37.1678805, -104.50169299999999
Las Animas County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Trinidad, CO (0.1 mi.)
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  1. Kendrea garcia  |  

    I really want to know if it’s really haunted mansion and I am curious as of what happened in the bloom mansion and the Baca house I am a fan of scary stuff

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