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THE BAKER HOTEL
14 stories tall. 450 rooms. Almost 300,000 square feet. And not one guest since 1972. Despite decades of morbid lore, only one person has suffered a particularly gruesome demise at the Baker Hotel. On January 17, 1948, a 16 year old elevator operator named Douglas Moore was fatally injured when he attempted to board a climbing service elevator and failed to make it all the way into the car. His body was crushed when he reached the second floor. No one has ever reported seeing the ghost of poor Douglas Moore, and maybe no one ever will. The Baker Hotel’s current developers keep the decaying hotel tightly boarded up and enforce a strict fine for trespassing. They have been promising to return the hotel to its former grandeur in the very near future…but that may be the most elaborate myth of them all.

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