Weatherford Hotel

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This hotel is haunted by ghostly newlyweds of long ago who came here on their honeymoon. When the man went hunting, a severe and sudden blizzard hit. The heartbroken wife, believing her husband dead, hanged herself in Room 54. But her beloved had not been killed in the storm. When he returned to find his wife dead, he promptly shot himself on the spot with his rifle. Guests have seen orbs, apparitions, and outlines of their ghostly images.

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Geographic Information

Address:
23 N. Leroux St.
Flagstaff, Arizona
United States

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GPS:
35.198413, -111.64910500000002
County:
Coconino County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Flagstaff, AZ (0.1 mi.)
Kachina Village, AZ (7.4 mi.)
Mountainaire, AZ (7.9 mi.)
Parks, AZ (17.4 mi.)
Munds Park, AZ (17.5 mi.)
Sedona, AZ (23.6 mi.)
West Sedona, AZ (24.5 mi.)
Village of Oak Creek (Big Park), AZ (29.5 mi.)
Big Park, AZ (29.6 mi.)
Williams, AZ (30.8 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.weatherfordhotel.com/

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  1. My family and I decided we would eat lunch here three or four years ago. We decided not to go up to the ballroom, but when we went to the bathrooms, my younger sister had noticed the position of the balls on the pool table. When we walked past them again, she claimed they had moved. Later when we went to the bathroom, we took a picture before and after we went to the bathroom. We looked them over and found that they had moved. Although, the only other person in the room was the bar tender who was busy serving the other customers outside.

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