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Inn at Castle Rock
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The Inn at Castle Rock in Bisbee Arizona was built in 1890 as a miner’s boarding house, very typical for Bisbee in that day and age. It was at the height of the booming time for mining in the Arizona southwest. In fact it had a mineshaft near the actual boarding house. The mineshaft is still there, and is actually in the dining room of the bed and breakfast serving as a Koi pond that adds ambience to the dining experience.

There is one miner that seems to have never left the bed and breakfast. The Inn has a room named the “Return to Paradise” room and this ghostly figure doesn’t seem to want to leave. There is a double bed and a single bed in the room, if you sleep in the single bed he is rumored to play with individuals toes while they are sleeping, wanting to disrupt your sleep and get his room back.

A female ghost, dressed in early 19th century garb has been seen going up and down the stairs and shadows are seen quickly moving through the halls. Lights go on and off in the hotel, and employees and guests have experienced cold spots. Lastly, a small boy has sometimes been seen in the hotel hallways. Bisbee is a very interesting town, and with the higher elevation it’s a great place to escape the summer heat of Arizona. There are a lot of haunted spaces in the town and it is a great town to explore on foot. In fact, if you have a chance, take one of the local Ghost Tours, they are fantastic and really explore the dark history of Bisbee.

Updated August 22nd, 2009