haunted goldfield hotel nevada
This Nevada Hotel Is Among The Most Haunted Places In The Nation. Goldfield is one of the many mining boomtowns that came to life when gold was discovered in the early 20th century. Today, just a few hundred people call this place home. Most of the buildings are in a dilapidated state and it mostly resembles what you would call a "living ghost town".
Goldfield Hotel. In the almost ghost town of Goldfield, Nevada is the historic and reportedly very haunted Goldfield Hotel. The town of Goldfield was born when gold was discovered in 1902 and within just a few short years, it became the largest city in Nevada, as millions of dollars in ore were extracted from area mines.
The Haunted Goldfield Hotel Nevada On the first floor of the hotel sits the rather impressive George Winfield Room. The hotel’s creator is said to be at pains to leave this room and his presence is often felt there.
Goldfield Hotel Ghost Story. In the downstairs employees' area, Room 109 is a small room with a single bed. The room is haunted by the presence of a pregnant woman. Psychics have seen her ghost chained to a radiator there. Rumors say a pregnant prostitute named Elizabeth was chained in the room by George Winfield, the original owner of the hotel.
Silver Queen Hotel, Virginia City. Another old Nevada hotel which is said to be haunted by the spirit of a prostitute is The Silver Queen Hotel in Virginia City. Room number 11 is said to be haunted by a female spirit named Rosie, a young prostitute who actually committed suicide in the late 1800s in the room’s bathtub by slitting her own wrists.
So when he called me and asked if I wanted to come with him I didn’t hesitate and booked us rooms at the only operational hotel in Goldfield. We met up with the wonderful Haunted Nevada author, Janice Oberding , and two great guys from Empathic Paranormal, Richard St. Clair, and Cimmaron Sam.
The hotel is abandoned but represents the history and feel of this ghost town that over 100 years was a big, happening and prosperous city in Nevada. A place worth to explore if you love nostalgia with a touch if goosebumps.
Goldfield Hotel – Luxury in the Nevada Desert. There was no Elizabeth, it was just a rumor created to inspire people. My great uncle lived in the hotel during the time of G. Wingfield, and there was no Elizabeth in the hotel. Besides, he moved to Reno shortly after buying the hotel. — Terri Stewart, April, 2009.
The Goldfield Hotel is an historic four-story building located at the southeast corner of Crook Avenue and Columbia Avenue in Goldfield, Esmeralda County, Nevada.
12 reviews of Goldfield Hotel "Goldfield is about halfway from Las Vegas and halfway from Reno, in the middle of nowhere. Its about 30 miles from Tonopah which is where Goldfield residents go for real shopping and the only real supermarket…