This 1928 historic hotel is said to be haunted by several spirits. Two are thought to be Anna and Joshua, a couple who were killed under mysterious circumstances while Anna was having an affair in the hotel in 1930. Oddly enough, they were said to have been killed by the same bullet. The famed Bonnie and Clyde are rumored to have stayed here as well, so they in fact may linger here in spirit too. Eerie things that happen here include doors opening and shutting, disembodied footsteps, loud knocking, gunshots, arguing voices, phantom aromas, and apparitions of both men and women. There are a woman in a nightgown, a man in a black hat and coat, a man in blue, a well-dressed redheaded woman, and several dark figures.
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- 305 Travis St
Liberty, TX 77575
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- 30.05792499999999, -94.79740090000001
- Liberty County, Texas
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