1880's Josephine Hotel

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Although the historic hotel is no longer in service, it now is an art museum and a café. Ghostly voices and strange lights have been seen in the building after it has closed down for the night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
126 Prairie St North
Union Springs, AL
United States

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GPS:
32.14428123058723, -85.71587321161132
County:
Bullock County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Union Springs, AL (0.1 mi.)
Inverness, AL (9.1 mi.)
Fitzpatrick, AL (11.3 mi.)
Midway, AL (12.2 mi.)
Hurtsboro, AL (18.8 mi.)
Tuskegee, AL (19.4 mi.)
Shorter, AL (20.9 mi.)
Franklin, AL (23.6 mi.)
Banks, AL (23.9 mi.)
Clayton, AL (24.1 mi.)

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  1. I am active researcher/historian for DeadHead Paranormal Society. Was trying to get in touch with someone to do a possible investivation/lock in.

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