Thayer's Bed and Breakfast

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This 1895 Old West Victorian hotel is a full house. It is the home of a ghostly little girl, a spirit bride, and two ghost cats. The owner’s husband is also said to reside here in spirit, as well as the place’s two original owners. Many other ghosts are said to live here as well, and reports say the owner is a psychic who gives readings by appointment.

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Geographic Information

Address:
60 Elm Street
Annandale, Minnesota 55302
United States

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GPS:
45.262379, -94.12556599999999
County:
Wright County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Annandale, MN (0.1 mi.)
South Haven, MN (4.7 mi.)
Fairhaven, MN (5.8 mi.)
Maple Lake, MN (6.4 mi.)
Silver Creek, MN (8.0 mi.)
Kimball, MN (9.2 mi.)
Kingston, MN (10.2 mi.)
Clearwater, MN (11.5 mi.)
Cokato, MN (13.3 mi.)
Buffalo, MN (13.7 mi.)

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