The Holland Hotel

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This 1920’s boutique hotel is supposedly haunted by the apparition of a woman and her child, who lived in the building many years ago. Apparently ghostly activity is most common on the third floor.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
209 West Holland Avenue
Alpine, TX
United States

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GPS:
30.3574516, -103.66289619999998
County:
Brewster County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Alpine, TX (0.1 mi.)
Fort Davis, TX (21.1 mi.)
Marfa, TX (21.5 mi.)
Marathon, TX (27.1 mi.)
Balmorhea, TX (43.6 mi.)
Valentine, TX (52.1 mi.)
Fort Stockton, TX (59.5 mi.)
Toyah, TX (66.6 mi.)
Presidio, TX (69.5 mi.)
Redford, TX (70.2 mi.)

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  1. I stayed in room 220 this past week.
    I was on the bed closest to window and my friend was on the other bed in the room too.
    He said he could get comfortable and felt someone watching him the whole time.
    I had a full blown experience.
    First woke up to noises in room. Tried to ignore it and go back to sleep. A little later I felt my bed move. It felt like someone lightly punching the bed on the end/corner of bed.
    A little later I was laying in my stomach and sleep paralysis happened; I’m pretty sure I felt like I was awaken by someone dragging me across the bed, like further than the bed would have allowed. I wasn’t able to make noise or move at all. I felt like I drifted asleep again after awhile and had a dream I was driving in my car alone, looked back and there was a strange man in the back, I asked where my friend was, the strange man replied “there is no one here”
    I woke up to that dragging feeling again. Didn’t ever feel like it was from a singular point, just all of me felt like it was being drug at once. The dragging feeling happened one more time, each time I was trying to call out or scream and nothing would come out.
    After the last time of the dragging feeling, I was finally able to speak and made my friend scoot over on his bed so I could go over there. Nothing else happened the rest of the night.

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