Malaga Inn

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The inn was originally two separate houses built in 1862, which were joined together in the 20th century to form the inn. The apparition of a lady in white has been seen pacing the balcony of Room #007, as well as chandeliers swinging when no one is around, furniture getting moved around and lamps being unplugged.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
359 Church St
Mobile, AL 36602
United States

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GPS:
30.6873817, -88.04472659999999
County:
Mobile County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Mobile, AL (0.5 mi.)
Prichard, AL (4.1 mi.)
Chickasaw, AL (5.6 mi.)
Spanish Fort, AL (7.7 mi.)
Saraland, AL (9.3 mi.)
Tillmans Corner, AL (10.1 mi.)
Daphne, AL (10.2 mi.)
Satsuma, AL (11.5 mi.)
Theodore, AL (12.4 mi.)
Bellefontaine, AL (13.8 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://malagainn.com/

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