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Midland Railroad Hotel - Wilson KS Haunted Place

   
  • 414 26th St.
  • Wilson, KS
  • (785) 658-2284
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Real Haunted Hotels & Lodging, Real Haunted Restaurants & Bars
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This historic hotel dates back to the turn of the 20th Century and was the site of a fire in 1902 that gutted the building. A number of guests were said to die in the fire, which may be why the place is now haunted. Those that have stayed on the third floor have reported smelling smoke and spotting eerie fires that disappear and reappear suddenly. Others have also claimed to see a number of apparitions dressed in period clothing wandering around the hallways.
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Contact Phone #: (785) 658-2284

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