Ditto House Inn

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Used as a headquarters and a hospital during the Civil War, this inn is said to be haunted by soldiers and other folks who passed away here during that era. Some guests have reported being touched or spoken to by the spirits. The inn has been featured on many TV shows.

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Geographic Information

Address:
204 Elm Street
West Point, KY 40177
United States

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GPS:
38.0007438, -85.94499339999999
County:
Hardin County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
West Point, KY (0.1 mi.)
Muldraugh, KY (5.1 mi.)
Fort Knox, KY (7.6 mi.)
Laconia, IN (7.9 mi.)
Elizabeth, IN (8.5 mi.)
Valley Station, KY (8.6 mi.)
Doe Valley, KY (9.8 mi.)
Pleasure Ridge Park, KY (11.0 mi.)
Radcliff, KY (11.1 mi.)
Brandenburg, KY (12.2 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.innsite.com/inns/A004689.html

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