Gratz Park Inn

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At this historic inn, folks have reported seeing apparitions that include men, a lady in a white dress and hat, and intoxicated partygoers. Also, a ghostly little girl has been seen running and playing jacks in the hallways, and the spirit of an elderly man turns the TVs on and off. The apparition of a sad-looking man has been seen on the bottom level. The ghosts here are said to materialize at all hours of the day and night.

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120 W Second St
Lexington, KY 40507
United States

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38.048376, -84.495091
Fayette County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Mount Vernon, KY (1.6 mi.)
Lexington-Fayette, KY (2.0 mi.)
Lexington, KY (4.2 mi.)
Monticello, KY (4.9 mi.)
Columbus, KY (7.1 mi.)
Georgetown, KY (11.7 mi.)
Nicholasville, KY (12.3 mi.)
Midway, KY (12.5 mi.)
Versailles, KY (12.8 mi.)
Wilmore, KY (15.8 mi.)

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