Johnson House Inn

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The 1910 residence of a former ‘hanging’ judge and his wife is rumoured to be haunted. Now a bed and breakfast inn, inexplicable occurrences have taken place over the years, such as disembodied footsteps, a woman’s voice and a rocking chair that rocks by itself. A one-time housekeeper swore she saw a woman in an old-fashioned dress enter a guest bedroom, but when she entered, it was completely empty. It has been speculated that this was Mrs Johnson, wife of the judge who built the mansion.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

1101 East Kirk Street
Hugo, OK
United States

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34.0118988, -95.50075070000003
Choctaw County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Hugo, OK (0.5 mi.)
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