Old Carrabelle Hotel

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Situated on Florida’s ‘Forgotten Coast’, this quaint circa 1880 bed and breakfast and former private residence survived a cyclone that destroyed most of the township at the turn of the twentieth century. Rumoured to be haunted, this historic inn boasts three ghosts. Paranormal activity reported here includes ghostly laughter, doors opening and closing of their own accord, cold spots and disembodied footsteps heard on the porch late at night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

201 Tallahassee Street
Carrabelle, FL
United States

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29.8530894, -84.66492260000001
Franklin County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Carrabelle, FL (0.0 mi.)
Eastpoint, FL (15.1 mi.)
Sopchoppy, FL (17.8 mi.)
Panacea, FL (20.9 mi.)
Apalachicola, FL (21.0 mi.)
Sumatra, FL (22.1 mi.)
Crawfordville, FL (28.3 mi.)
Saint Marks, FL (34.7 mi.)
Wewahitchka, FL (36.7 mi.)
Hosford, FL (37.7 mi.)


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