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Ghost City Inn

Ghost City Inn

541 Main Street
Jerome, Arizona
86331 USA

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Jerome AZ is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Ghost City Inn. Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.

The History

The Ghost City Inn was built around 1890 originally as a boarding house for lodging mine management personnel. Although the building has served as a boarding house for most of its life, it has had other uses, which impacts its history. At one time it served as a restaurant, an art gallery, a spiritual retreat, and even a funeral home. It was converted to a bed and breakfast in 1994, going through a few restorations in 2003 and 2014. Through most of its renovations, the hotel's historic charm has remained untouched.

The room designs are certainly eclectic, from Victorian to rustic, providing a fit for just about anyone. Anyone, that does not mind sharing their space with phantoms.

The Hauntings

You would think with a name as they have, ghosts would be the principal delight in this southwestern historical inn. It has much more to offer, but ghost hunting enthusiasts, this property will not disappoint you, no matter which room you hang your hat on.

But many agree, if given a choice, most looking for a spooky experience would select the Cleopatra room. Here you will meet a playful female spirit who rarely allows her presence not to be noticed. Here, your doors may slam shut. You may even hear her whispering some secrets. Another male spirit has been spied in the hall outside the Verde View Room.

Overall, guests have reported disembodied voices, doors slamming shut on their own, apparitions, and other anomalies.

This property was featured on Ghost Adventures television series.

 

More awesome reads about haunted Arizona...

Haunted Arizona: Ghosts of the Grand Canyon State Paperback – November 17, 2002 by Ellen Robson  (Author)      Sleeping With Ghosts!: A Ghost Hunter's Guide To Arizona's Haunted Hotels And Inns Paperback – August 17, 2004 by Debe Branning  (Author)     Haunted Arizona: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Grand Canyon State (Haunted Series) Paperback – June 11, 2020 by Charles A. Stansfield Jr. (Author)

Understand This:

This property, as part of our network, has been added for they may have history, validation, or folk tales of having spirited activities. Please take caution in approaching and visiting these locations, since courtesy, respect, and caution should be a top priority in every Haunted Investigator's style. Also do realize, some of these places may have permanently closed, changed ownership and/or names, or just are not available for your visits. Please respect this.

We are not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided on this listing, but offer it as a first step in finding your next haunted travel destination. Please do confirm with the property before making any plans to visit.

If you visit, tour, or investigate this property (or any of our properties), we are not responsible or held liable for any outcomes, lack of evidence, or injuries associated with your travels. This is only for entertainment purposes, and information provided is only as found in public domains (or as offered by the associated contributor (as a claimed property).

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Date added: Jan/24/2017 | Last time updated: May/30/2020

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