Death Valley Haunts

DEATH VALLEY HAUNTS
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Death Valley Haunts.

There are two famous haunts in the Death Valley area, which are The Amargosa and the Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch Resort.

All that can be said of the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel is that during the mining days this place was the place to be. The Pacific Coast Borax Company built this unique town in a u-shaped complex of Spanish Colonial Style. Many people believe that in this Death Valley Junction especially, the Opera House is haunted by ghosts that lived here during the mining day of the 1920ís.

Sitting atop the salt flats of Death Valley National Park is the Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch Resort. This is a mission-style inn, which was opened in 1927. Not only is history living in the rooms but a very helpful ghost. It is believed that the ghost is Chef James Marquez. He worked at the hotel during 1959 until 1973 as a chef, of course. He had to quit his much-loved job due to an illness. He passed away three years later. However, he loved his job so much that he returned instead of passing on. In his mind, the kitchen at the Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch Resort is his domain. He opens and closes doors, moves around equipment and tools, and makes all kinds of weird noises at night.

A visit to Death Valley and visiting the haunts above will have you knowing there are ghosts about. Both are open to the public, however, you should contact Death Valley National Park if you wish to visit the Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch Resort. They may need to talk to Chef Marquez to ensure that he will be preparing enough food for your stay.


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