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June 11, 1988 | DON A. SCHANCHE, Times Staff Writer
Three voodoo priests have sworn that there is a buried treasure on the palm-shaded grounds of the celebrated hotel. A benign ghost is said to have visited often, amusing two generations of guests, a list of whose names reads like a mid-20th Century celebrity register. British author Graham Greene used the hotel as the centerpiece of his haunting novel about Haiti, "The Comedians," and he wrote part of it while staying there.
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June 11, 1988 | DON A. SCHANCHE, Times Staff Writer
Three voodoo priests have sworn that there is a buried treasure on the palm-shaded grounds of the celebrated hotel. A benign ghost is said to have visited often, amusing two generations of guests, a list of whose names reads like a mid-20th Century celebrity register. British author Graham Greene used the hotel as the centerpiece of his haunting novel about Haiti, "The Comedians," and he wrote part of it while staying there.
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