Mansion House Inn

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This 1903 mansion was built for a retired army surgeon and his wife, and has been operating as an inn since the mid-twentieth century. Reports of various strange occurrences suggest a poltergeist may be haunting the establishment, such as doors slamming shut, keys being turned in locks by unseen hands and unexplained pounding noises on doors during the early hours of morning.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

313 North Main Street
Buffalo, WY
United States

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44.3508129, -106.69902960000002
Johnson County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
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