Noble Manor Bed and Breakfast

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This 1905 bed and breakfast inn was formerly a boarding house for men during the days of the timber boom, but the two ghosts that have been reported here are both female. A woman in an old-fashioned dress has appeared to the housekeeper and guests on several occasions, and is often heard walking through the house after dark. In the Tribeca Room, guests claim to have awoken to see the door handle turning, but upon investigation, there is no one around. The other haunted suite is the Bacall Room, where guests and staff alike have smelt tobacco smoke.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

110 West Strong Street
Pensacola, FL
United States

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30.4221653, -87.21982049999997
Escambia County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Pensacola, FL (0.2 mi.)
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