Haunted Bed And Breakfasts
"The Supernatural is the Natural, just not yet understood."
Haunted bed and breakfasts
are usually a large house that was haunted long before it became an overnight stop for travelers.There are several bed and breakfast businesses that operate in structures that are deemed to be haunted. Many owners of these types of businesses opt for buildings that are large enough to operate their business, yet inexpensive enough to either purchase or lease for a set amount of time. In most incidents, the buildings that are up for grabs and meet these criteria are those that are aged, and require some type of renovations. Buildings of this nature often have a long history of owners, tenants, employees, and other instances of the living, and even the dead. On this page, you will learn about a large number of haunted bed and breakfasts that you can visit if you are seeking a little adventure into the spiritual world.
One of the most popular
haunted bed and breakfasts among the living, as well as the dead, is the
Tucked away in the shadows of the Deep South, this Louisiana home has been classified by highly qualified paranormal researchers as “One of America’s Most Haunted Homes”.
According to historians in the area, the structure was constructed on grounds that were used by the Indians as a place to bury and honor their dead. The original owner, General Bradford, was noted in claiming unusual events since the home was very first constructed. One of these events was a recollection of encountering the spirit of a girl that appeared to be of Indian descent.
In St. Augustine, Florida, the “Nation’s Oldest City”,
there is a bed and breakfast by the name of
The Casablanca Inn
Built in the year of 1914, the structure is said to have several hauntings. One haunting includes that of a previous owner, an elderly woman, who waves a lantern back and forth on the balcony. Many claim that they have heard the spirits of children who once lived in the building through a boarding house. Then, there have been accounts of faint conversations, the sounds of walking, and other unexplained phenomenon that no culprit can be found for. If you are in Florida, St. Augustine hosts a large number of haunted bed and breakfasts that are said to be haunted.
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St. Augustine,Florida-The Casablanca Inn
The Casablanca Inn in haunted St. Augustine, Florida is considered to be one of the most haunted locations in the “Ancient City”.
Fall River,Massachusetts-The Lizzie Borden Bed And Breakfast
Who's room will you choose?
Bardstown,Kentucky-The Jailers Inn
This unique bed and breakfast was a former jail.
Cashtown,Pennsylvania-The Cashtown Inn
Hauntings seem to emerge at every corner in the Cashtown Inn.
There is an extensive haunted history associated with this bed and breakfast.
Cape May, New Jersey-The Southern Mansion
It is believed that the renovations that have occurred at the mansion have brought these spirits into a life of their own.
Bentonsport,Iowa-The Mason House Inn
The most haunted inn in Iowa.
Guthrie,Oklahoma-The Stone Lion Inn
Where you could be tucked in bed by a ghost!
Waterbury,Vermont-The Old Stagecoach Inn
Several strange stories have emerged from visitors to the haunted inn.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin-The Brumder Mansion
The ghosts that are said to be within the mansion are believed to be friendly, yet very playful.
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