Volcano House Hotel

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This house is a former historic private residence, and a former owner and his family used to receiver visits from the apparition of an elderly woman. She has been seen in the rooms of guests and in the hallways, and people have also seen a ghostly white dog on the entrance road to the lodge.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Crater Rim Drive
Volcano, HI
United States

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19.42863161543533, -155.25834846481303
Hawaii County, Hawaii
Nearest Towns:
Volcano, HI (1.3 mi.)
Fern Forest, HI (8.4 mi.)
Eden Roc, HI (11.0 mi.)
Fern Acres, HI (13.0 mi.)
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Hawaiian Acres, HI (15.4 mi.)
Kurtistown, HI (17.8 mi.)
Orchidlands Estates, HI (18.3 mi.)
Ainaloa, HI (18.6 mi.)
Hawaiian Paradise Park, HI (19.4 mi.)


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