Am I the only one who has noticed, or does every hotel in Arizona have a resident ghost? The Weatherford Hotel in Flagstaff is allegedly haunted by a young woman who wanders the halls, unwilling to check out, while the Copper Queen in Bisbee has a ghost who bemoans being jilted by her lover. Even the Grand Canyon Lodge claims a ghost roams the North Rim, searching for her family who died in a hiking accident in the 1920s. Is it possible to stay in a hotel in Arizona that doesn’t have a ghost?
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- Lost in the Wilderness
- Marshal Harvey Whitehill
- Crossroads of the West
- Fred Harvey Days
- Ghosts Going Gangbusters?
- John Hance, Grand Canyon’s Windjammer
- The Slopers
- My family connections include John Wesley Hardin and Clay Allison, both of whom had Tennessee ancestors. Did the outlaws ever meet?
- Big Wheel on the River
- Hot Times in Hillside Boom Towns
- Tombstone Jackpot
- Unsung Hero?
- A Western Life Well Lived
- The Loomis Gang
- Broken Lance
- Burt Alvord’s Train Robbing Posse
- Can a person ride his horse to death?
- The Fix
- Big Jim French
- A Barn Worth Saving
- Tom Horn, Roper Extraordinaire
- The Shoot Out in Holbrook
- A Defiant Outlaw-Hero Ballad
- Did American Indians have some version of bathrooms or latrines?
- What History Has Taught Me
- Eating Out
- On the Trail of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company
- What is the Hole-in-the-Wall Pass in Wyoming?
- Western Events for September 2016
- Did the Wild West era have any famous deaf people?
- The Shoots Far Gun
- Jesse James Tastes Blood
- What can you tell me about Jack Slade’s wife?