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A man hanged himself in Room #119 of the motel, and people have reported seeing apparitions, hearing voices and seeing objects and furniture moving around by themselves.

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502 East Fremont Street
Tombstone, AZ
United States

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31.7133872, -110.06532659999999
Cochise County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Tombstone, AZ (0.1 mi.)
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  1. We’ve stayed here several times room 111(3xs) 121(2xs) and 105. We have experienced different things in these rooms from my Breast being grabbed very hard to doors commuting open by themselves to things being moved to me being tried on by a spirit( I knew nothing I was told later) but I do have medium abilities and have the gift when I’m not blocking. This place is wore down but you’ll get a half nights sleep if you can. Also it seems some just leave in the middle of the night frightened. We’ve seen this and I guess it should freak people out,but we love this town and all if it’s history. Go to Tombstone,az if you wanna be taken back in time and get your heart racing

  2. My brother and I stayed at this motel several years ago.For some reason the light would flicker off and on. When we turned off the light, I woke up and it was on. I talked to the person at the front desk and they said that they have tried to fix it, but there is nothing wrong with it. My brother and I went out to eat, when we returned, the beds were messed up and our luggage was on the floor. Regardless, we stayed another night and left the next day. The room was room #115. Come check it out…..if you dare!!

  3. My mother and I are into “ghost hunting” and we stayed here in room 110 (the counter guy said it was the most haunted room). I broke out my EMF detector and a flashlight that was barely turned off and set these items up saying, “If anyone is here and wants to get in touch, please turn the top of the flashlight, or ‘torch” just a little and the light will come on letting me know you are here.” Sure enough, the light went on around 10:00 p.m. I asked a series of questions and the flashlight faithfully turned on and off as requested for a “yes” or “no” answer. According to the entity, she was a little girl and she wanted us out of her room. That night after the flashlight session, I was awakened by my bed shaking (hard to do since it was on a wooden box frame) and then later I felt someone “walking” their fingers up my leg through the blankets. Pretty fun! And we got super lucky at The Bird Cage Theatre with ghost hunting that trip, too!

  4. On 7/31/21 me and my wife stayed there room 119. We were working on getting back together. She told me she felt like something was in the room. Told her I would keep her safe.(she was going threw covid depression )A month later on 9/3/21. She returned there and killed herself in room 119.

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