The Hotel La More in Bisbee, Arizona (which is also called the Bisbee Inn) is a century-old building with some of the more unusual and interesting ghosts of this former Wild West mining town, tucked in the Mule Mountains only 12 miles north of the Mexican border. It’s a popular place for ghost hunts–no wonder, as there are numerous spirits who haunt this place.
- The most famous ghost here is the ghost cat of Room 23, who is the spirit of a cat that was accidentally locked in a pantry after being shooed away by the inn’s owner. Now unable or unwilling to leave, it’s often seen outside the hotel as well, climbing ledges and sleeping in sunbeams. Room 23 is its favorite; sometimes, guests awaken in bed to the sensation of a cat curled up at their feet, or report hearing its ghostly purring or pitiful scratching at the door and window.
- Room 7 is home to an ethereal Lady in White, who brings the scents of lavender and lilacs with her as she makes her presence known in the room.
- In Room 11, a cowboy dressed in his getup is said to lurk in the bathroom, turning the faucets on in the middle of the night and even flushing the toilet.
- Room 15 is the favorite place of a lonely ghost who often spends the night curled up next to the living guest.
- The spirit of a miner haunts the ground floor and the outside of Hotel La More–the ghost of a man who must have died in one of the many copper mines in and around Bisbee.