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Gage Hotel - Marathon TX Real Haunts

  • 102 NW 1st St. Highway
  • Marathon, TX
  • (432) 386-4205
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This hotel dates back to the 1920s and was built by Alfred Gage, who passed away less than a year after it was completed. The hotel is rumored to be haunted by the spirit of Gage himself. Witnesses have spotted apparitions on the front porch, in the patio gardens and in the halls. Room #10 is said to be one of the most active spots in the hotel, where a woman's voice has been heard reading poetry, and taps on the shoulder have been experienced.
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  • Gage Hotel/2002

    Stayed one night at the gage in early 2002 , only ghost experience in my life , woke up and saw what appeared to be an old cowpoke at the door ?? going into the washroom / toilet . Freaked me out,couldn’t go back to sleep for rest of the night don’t remember the room number it was in the old section of the hotel.

    Posted 9/1/20

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