Anderson House Hotel

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Parts of this historic bed and breakfast inn date back to the 1850’s, and it’s not surprise that the place is said to be haunted. The most famous ghost in the old-fashioned establishment is a female spirit known as ‘Sarah’. It is said that she was under the impression that her husband had perished in a steamboat accident (alas, he wasn’t even aboard), and committed suicide due to her despair. The proprietor of the hotel says the spook is very friendly, and has been known to leave dimes for the owner to express her gratitude for the way the hotel is being run.

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Geographic Information

333 West Main Street
Wabasha, MN
United States

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44.384684, -92.034987
Wabasha County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Wabasha, MN (0.1 mi.)
Nelson, WI (2.8 mi.)
Kellogg, MN (5.6 mi.)
Pepin, WI (6.8 mi.)
Alma, WI (7.4 mi.)
Lake City, MN (12.3 mi.)
Stockholm, WI (13.1 mi.)
Buffalo City, WI (13.6 mi.)
Cochrane, WI (14.7 mi.)
Minneiska, MN (15.4 mi.)


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