Royal Bull's Head Inn

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The historic inn is haunted by several apparitions. People have reported hearing the cries of a baby coming from a well at the rear of the inn. The apparitions seen inside the inn include a lady in a night dress who has been seen creeping around the parlour room in the early hours of morning. The aggressive entities of three drovers who were poisoned still haunt the building. Their presence is often accompanied by the scent of pipe smoke. On the ground floor of the building, the apparition of a young man who was murdered in the inn has been seen, as well as the ghost of a Chinese man who haunts an upstairs bedroom.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

59 Brisbane Street
Drayton, Queensland

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-27.600948, 151.91329199999996
Nearest Towns:
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