Copper Queen Hotel – Built in 1902
Jebel > 04-14-2017, 08:57 AM
Copper Queen Hotel – Built in 1902, by the copper Queen Mining Company, the hotel attracted numerous dignitaries and mining executives, as well as flamboyant Old West cowboys and miners during its early heydays. Today, it is said to continue to play host to three resident ghosts. The most famous of its ghosts is a former prostitute by the name of Julia Lowell. Alas, poor Julia made the mistake of falling in love with one of her customers and when he rejected her, she killed herself at the hotel. She, an older gentleman, complete with a top hat, and a young boy, have all been seen at this historic inn. Other phenomena includes the aroma of cigar smoke, objects that mysteriously move, the sounds of footsteps running through the halls, and electrical appliances that turn on and off by themselves. Copper Queen Hotel, 11 Howell Avenue, Bisbee, Arizona 85603, 520-432-2216.