The Olympic Club Hotel

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Built in 1908, the historic hotel and saloon has had an eventful past history, and has been the scene of several murders. Staff have reported seeing and hearing apparitions throughout various parts of the establishment.

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112 North Tower Ave
Centralia, WA
United States

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46.716607, -122.95382999999998
Lewis County, Washington
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  1. Never having visited the upstairs hotel, we were given permission to see the rooms that were available for the night.
    While standing in the hallway looking at the old pictures on the wall, we heard someone climbing the stairs. Yet, to our surprise, there was no one climbing the stairs from the street level.
    We did not stay the night.

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