The Old Gilroy Hotel

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Here you may catch a glimpse of a ghost or two. A young woman in her 20s and a little girl are said to haunt here. The woman is usually seen at the top of the stairs, while the little girl prefers the hallway. Many other strange sounds and electrical disturbances have been reported as well.

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Geographic Information

7365 Monterey Road
Gilroy, CA
United States

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37.0061074, -121.56853319999999
Santa Clara County, California
Nearest Towns:
Gilroy, CA (0.0 mi.)
San Martin, CA (5.9 mi.)
Aromas, CA (9.1 mi.)
Morgan Hill, CA (9.8 mi.)
Interlaken, CA (9.9 mi.)
San Juan Bautista, CA (11.2 mi.)
Amesti, CA (12.0 mi.)
Pajaro, CA (12.2 mi.)
Watsonville, CA (12.3 mi.)
Freedom, CA (12.6 mi.)


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  1. I’ve been there on many occasions, my aunt has a office in this place. It might be old and have a lot of rooms, but I haven’t felt anything well I’ve been there.

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