Allegiance Bed and Breakfast

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The historic 1838 building that houses Allegiance Bed & Breakfast and once was an overflow house for the Underground Railroad is believed to be home to two ghosts: Karen and Ray. They have been seen by guests three times, all on the second floor. Karen sits in a corner or at the top of the second flight of stairs, and Ray and Karen have been spotted tossing an unknown object back and forth. It was a visiting paranormalist who learned their names; Karen is thought to be the granddaughter of original builder Reuben Wisner. TV’s Paranormal State featured the inn in one of their episodes.

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Geographic Information

Address:
145 Main Street
Mt. Morris, NY 14510
United States

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GPS:
42.7220889, -77.870765
County:
Livingston County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Mount Morris, NY (0.3 mi.)
Leicester, NY (3.7 mi.)
Cuylerville, NY (3.8 mi.)
Geneseo, NY (5.8 mi.)
Tuscarora, NY (6.3 mi.)
Kysorville, NY (6.4 mi.)
Perry, NY (6.9 mi.)
Wadsworth, NY (6.9 mi.)
Piffard, NY (7.4 mi.)
Greigsville, NY (7.6 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.allegiancebandb.com/

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