Loudoun House

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The 1850 gothic revival mansion is haunted by the spirits of two women, both dressed in Victorian clothing. One has been seen in the western part of the mansion, and the other in the formal dining room. Also seen all over the mansion is a mysterious black cat. Witnesses have detected the scent of floral perfume in an upstairs room and heard the sound of old-fashioned music and voices.

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209 Castlewood Dr
Lexington, KY
United States

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38.05545003366258, -84.47575557230266
Fayette County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Lexington-Fayette, KY (1.0 mi.)
Mount Vernon, KY (2.3 mi.)
Lexington, KY (4.6 mi.)
Monticello, KY (6.0 mi.)
Columbus, KY (6.1 mi.)
Georgetown, KY (11.6 mi.)
Midway, KY (13.1 mi.)
Nicholasville, KY (13.2 mi.)
Versailles, KY (13.8 mi.)
Paris, KY (16.1 mi.)

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