Weaver Hotel - Real Waterville Haunted Place
- 126 Kansas Ave.
- Waterville, KS
- (785) 363-2515
This hotel dates back to 1905 and once operated as a railroad accomodation. The site is believed to be haunted by at least two ghosts, including the former owner's wife, and a workman who threw himself to his death.
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My best friend and I decided to take a weekend getaway and wanted to try a haunted hotel.
Our first night was pretty crazy. We used a ouija board and contacted a male ghost who we believe committed suicide. He only liked yes and no answers the best. However was told that there were 2 ghost and males living at the hotel. The other ghost died from being ill. When tried to dig deeper the ghost no longer wanted to talk.
There were noises when lights off, cords being moved for example o e cord was by a wall and then it was laying on the floor where we walked. The blow dryer cord would sway back and forth as we were trying to wash our hands or brush teeth. When we took a bath two separate nights our tub would not hold water and had to keep filling up the tub while the jets where going!!Posted 8/30/20
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