Bullis House Inn Bed and Breakfast

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The old inn was built in 1906 on the grounds of the site of an old prison, and inn staff and guests have seen the apparition of an American Indian chief roaming the second floor the inn.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
621 Pierce Avenue
San Antonio, TX
United States

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GPS:
29.442741, -98.46469609999997
County:
Bexar County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
San Antonio, TX (2.2 mi.)
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  1. I stayed at this hostel about 5 years ago. I arrived first thing in the morning and the hosts were lovely enough to show me to my room immediately. They said that at the time there was only one other guest so I had been upgraded to a room in the house instead of the hostel area. To get to the room you had to climb to the top of the stairs and then you came in to an attic that had multiple rooms coming off it, which to be honest looked like a horror movie set (but I do watch alot of horror movies). Anyway I dropped my stuff in the room I was sharing with one other person and went out to San Antonio. Later that day I came home and decided to go to bed early as I had an early start the next morning. It took me a while to get to sleep, something about the room made me feel quite uncomfortable. Anyway fell asleep and then woke up in the middle of the night I ship you not to a man laughing loudly (my room mate was a lady) that legitimately sounded like cartoon evil laughing like muwahahahahahahahaI was absolutely lost it and hid under my blanket like a child, not being able to go anywhere I tried to go back to sleep. When I got up at 6am I showered as quickly as possible WITH THE DOOR OPEN because I thought something was going to attack me in the shower, and ran out the front door with my sleeping bag trailing behind me as I tried to pack it midflight. No kidding when I got outside the house was covered in mist. Anyway the taxi picked me up and I was on my way no worst off. The only what I would call “supernatural” experience I have ever had, and I do not wish for another thank you very much. What I will say is that the hosts were lovely and the house was immaculate.

  2. A friend and I stayed there in 2012. Again, we thought we would be in the hostel but as it turned out the room booked was within the house. It is a beautiful house and the hosts are friendly and helpful (fantastic for 2 tired Brits mid-way through a tour of the USA). Then we were alone and both noticed that the main landing felt very uncomfortable. The bedroom was not en-suite and I can safely say that going to the bathroom on that floor was one of the most unnerving experiences. Although neither of us saw anything we felt like we were being watched and there were parts of the rooms I just didn’t want to look at.

    We only found out (with limited surprise) after we had left the States that Bullis House Inn is listed as a haunted building…

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