Jebel > 04-14-2017, 09:01 AM
Gadsen Hotel - First built in 1907, the hotel quickly became the home-away-from-home for miners, ranchers, businessmen and dignitaries, including numerous Arizona Governors and Eleanor Roosevelt. Leveled by a fire, it was rebuilt in 1929. Over the years, it slipped into despair until it was rescued in 1988. Today, it is said to be haunted by a headless ghost who some say is Pancho Villa who often spied in the hallways and in the basement. The young spirit of an Indian boy is also been seen on the mezzanine, and elderly woman called Sara has been seen on the fourth floor. Gadsen Hotel, 1046 G Avenue, Douglas, Arizona 85607, 520-364-4481.