129 N Cortez St, Prescott, AZ 86301, USA
The Head Hotel – The Prescott Inn
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It is indeed haunted. I lived in the hotel with my mother on and off at one point we lived there a solid 1 1/2 + years. I would hear footsteps at night and even during the day. I would open the door to nothing there. You would hear the creeks in the hallways during all hours and it would just make the hair on your neck stand up. I always felt like i was being watched or followed. I’ve seen shadows in the hallways and heard banging noises in empty rooms. I’ll never forget the things i saw and heard while living there. Its definitely creepy and very un easy feeling at night.
I lived their back in 96. At the end top of the building at the south end Towards Cortez. No other place beyond mine. I heard footsteps and someone trying to open our door, All the time. Go to check no one there. Place was haunted. One of the first nights we lived there we put up a towel to block the light from coming in the room above the door using Push pins, in the middle of the night i heard a disembodied voice say something unintelligible. I woke up to find the the towel down and the door cracked open a bit. I lived their for 2 years. place is haunted.
There are many ways that demons, aliens, ghosts, et al manifest themselves. Generally, the aesthetics of a locale determine the underlying expressions of the paranormal, and this building certainly has some spooky aspects. Especially, in the back of the building, to the lower right, where the aesthetics become darkly strange and nightmarish, as if that were a focal point or gathering place, and in turn a doorway, for the Forces of Darkness, e.g. demons. Scary, even during the day, but definitely at night. I remember many Past lives spent here. Oh, yes–many things have happened in this geographic location! Did you know that the story in the film Diary of a Madman occurred here? It’s true! I recalled that hidden history in memory, along with many, many more! The Devil is definitely here, and after YOU!!!
I lived and worked at the Hotel in 1990 to 1992. I was cleaning a room . I caught a glimpse of a man in a white shirt walk by the room I was cleaning. I thought it was the owner Frank, so ran to the door and there was nobody to be seen.
This is David Putnam who is deaf used to live at the Head Hotel in 1996. I believe my room number was 245 or 345. Know Frank and his wife. Frank son Bobby
Not know what happened to him
I worked here back in the eighty’s i knew i was never alone when cleaning rooms there my mother worked there as well don’t know if she ever saw or heard anything,she never said i am sure she would have. I would love to own this place,i love it !!
Worked night shifts and lived in the AJ many years back. Although I never had an experience with the spirits who frequent this building many of the folks I used to know who lived there felt they saw or felt them. Hope Frank and Adrian are well and going strong!
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