Jerome Grand Hotel
Ghost Adventures



Jerome Grand Hotel
Ghost Adventures

The Jerome Grand Hotel is the most haunted structure in a town known as "Ghost City." Residents have reported terrifying tales of specters and other phenomena.

The Ghost Adventures team attempts to calm these angry ghosts.


The Jerome Grand Hotel formerly served as the United Verde Hospital, and saw the deaths of thousands of its patients over its history.

The Hotel which is located in Arizona is considered the most haunted structure in a town known as "Ghost City."

Residents have reported terrifying tales of specters and other phenomena. The Ghost Adventures team attempts to calm these angry ghosts.

This Spanish Mission style building, constructed in 1926, started out as the United Verde Hospital, opening January, 1927.

In 1930, it was written up as the most modern and well equipped hospital in Arizona and possible the Western States. The Hospital was closed in 1950 as the mine operation was being phased out.

The building stood unused for the next 44 years until the rehabilitation plans started in 1994.


The building is one of the highest public structures in the Verde Valley, (5240 Ft.).

As the last major building constructed in Jerome, the building was not only to boost the pride of the town in its classic design, but was built fire proof and able to withstand the blasts of up to 260,000 pounds of dynamite set off by the mine and sometimes felt as far away as Camp Verde, a distance of 20 miles.

How this 30,000 sq. ft., five level building of poured in place, reinforced concrete, was constructed on a 50 degree slope is an engineering marvel even by today's standards.

 
The Hotel which is located in Arizona is considered the most haunted structure in a town known as "Ghost City."