The Crazy Water Hotel

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Formerly the Crazy Water Hotel, the building here is now a retirement and assisted-living community. The hotel was built in the 1920s over the site of a well, and legend has it that the hotel’s name comes from the tale of a mentally unstable woman who went there every day to drink the water until she was cured. Witnesses have spotted a young girl’s apparition in the basement and a male ghost in the kitchen area.

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401 N. Oak Ave
Mineral Wells, TX
United States

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32.81180987344998, -98.11309256004944
Palo Pinto County, Texas
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