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Room 506 is reportedly extremely haunted. Stories vary as to the precise nature of the haunting, some claiming that the original cornerstone from the building that burned down that is located in room 506 creates as “spirit portal”, an access point for spirits wishing to cross over into our realm. Others claim the haunting is more mundane and the ghost of a former owner of the hotel. Whatever the truth might be, if you want a haunted room, 506 is the room to get.

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    701 Massachusetts St
    Lawrence, KS 66044
    United States

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    38.971017, -95.236288
    Douglas County, Kansas
    Nearest Towns:
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