Wooten Hotel

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The 1930’s hotel is now closed to the general public, and has been converted to apartments. However, no one told the ghosts that haunt the historic building, as a string of recurring strange events have troubled residents for over a decade. The apparition of a woman in an old-fashioned dress and a bellhop have been seen throughout various parts of the complex, while ghostly laughter and ballroom music have been heard when there is no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

302 Cypress Street
Abilene, TX
United States

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32.4516689, -99.734081
Taylor County, Texas
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  1. The 13th floor is the most haunted and no one wants to live there on that floor. Sometimes the elevator will stop there when no one is there and the button was not pushed.

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