Peel Mansion

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This historic mansion, built by Samuel Peel in 1875, is said to be haunted by Peel himself and by his daughter, Minnie Belle. Minnie Belle is known to play the piano when no one is in the room.

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Geographic Information

Address:
400 S Walton Blvd
Bentonville, AR 72712
United States

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GPS:
36.36911570000001, -94.22224269999998
County:
Benton County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Bentonville, AR (0.8 mi.)
Centerton, AR (3.6 mi.)
Bella Vista, AR (4.2 mi.)
Little Flock, AR (5.0 mi.)
Rogers, AR (6.3 mi.)
Cave Springs, AR (7.3 mi.)
Bella Vista, AR (8.3 mi.)
Pea Ridge, AR (8.4 mi.)
Avoca, AR (8.7 mi.)
Prairie Creek, AR (9.1 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.peelcompton.org

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  1. Me too you were in my class but in a different group and I went to the kitchen of the mansion and saw a man in the kitchen making a cake. When I turned around it was gone but the cake was still there. I went to touch it and it vanished. True story bro.

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