Bay Town Inn

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The former Bay Town Inn was destroyed by a storm surge during Hurricane Katrina, but guests at the current inn have reported encountering the apparitions of a French family who built the original house, as well as hearing whispering voices.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
208 North Beach Boulevard
Bay St Louis, MS
United States

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GPS:
30.311483, -89.32524799999999
County:
Hancock County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Bay Saint Louis, MS (0.3 mi.)
Henderson Point, MS (2.3 mi.)
Waveland, MS (3.5 mi.)
Pass Christian, MS (4.6 mi.)
De Lisle, MS (5.9 mi.)
Diamondhead, MS (6.2 mi.)
Kiln, MS (9.4 mi.)
Long Beach, MS (10.6 mi.)
Gulfport, MS (14.4 mi.)
West Gulfport, MS (15.2 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://baytowninn.com/

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