Five haunted Arizona spots to explore this summer

Posted at 8:48 AM, Jun 07, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-30 00:51:36-04

TUCSON, Ariz. — There are a surprising amount of haunted spots around the state of Arizona.

Here are five you should explore this summer.

Copper Queen Hotel, Bisbee Arizona

This hotel first opened in 1902 and has never closed its doors since. Ghost Adventures and Ghost Hunters have featured the Copper Queen due to it's spooky nature. Guests and staff say a woman who took her own life still haunts the hotel. Take a trip to Bisbee and stay the night if you dare.

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Gadsden Hotel, Douglas Arizona

This hotel first opened in 1907 and to this day still attracts history fanatics, movie buffs, and of course ghost hunters. Many visitors show up asking to see the notoriously haunted room 333. A story has circulated for years about a young boy who fell out of a window and died. Guests and staff say he still haunts the room.

Related: New life for the historic Gadsden Hotel in Douglas

Bird Cage Theatre, Tombstone Arizona

Legend has it that 26 people were killed in the Bird Cage Theater. Guests can take ghost tours and experience the paranormal activity for themselves.

Jerome, Arizona

This town located in Central Arizona is known as the "Wickedest Town in the West." It's also the largest gohst town in America. When you take a ghost tour in Jerome, you're armed with EMF readers and flashlights, preparing you for any paranormal entity.

Hotel Congress, Tucson, Arizona

Tucson's iconic hotel has a history of haunts. Two rooms are allegedly haunted: room 214 and 242. If you stay long enough, you might just encounter some spooky spirits.

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