The Ghostly Guests of the Copper Queen Hotel, Part Two | Guest Jenna Lampinen

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In 1902, the Copper Queen Hotel opened its doors in Bisbee, Arizona, and was heralded as the epitome of modern hospitality in the West. Erected during an era when Bisbee boasted its status as the largest urban center between St. Louis and San Francisco, the hotel not only mirrored the prosperity of the local mining industry but also underscored the dominance of railway transportation at the cusp of the twentieth century.

Today, the Copper Queen Hotel stands as Arizona’s oldest continuously operational hotel and has welcomed many notable figures within its walls. Its esteemed guests have been luminaries such as John Wayne, Marlon Brando, and Harry Houdini. Yet, these renowned names may not hold the most enduring legacy, as some visitors have lingered far beyond their intended stays. Among the spectral inhabitants are the ghosts of Julia Lowell, a young boy known as Billy and an enigmatic figure often referred to as the Smoking Man. Today on the Grave Talks, Part Two of our conversation about the Ghostly Guests of the Copper Queen Hotel, a conversation with Jenna Lampinen.

If you’d like information on staying at the hotel or paranormal investigations, contact Jenna Lampinen. You can email her at jenna@copperqueen.com.

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