The Blue Rose

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The ghost of the woman who used to own the place appears in mirrors and in the front hall. Although it used to be a restaurant it is now a place where weddings and other events are held.

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Geographic Information

Address:
120 W Scenic Dr
Pass Christian, MS 39571
United States

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GPS:
30.3140094, -89.24843650000003
County:
Harrison County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Pass Christian, MS (0.1 mi.)
Henderson Point, MS (2.3 mi.)
De Lisle, MS (4.6 mi.)
Bay Saint Louis, MS (4.9 mi.)
Long Beach, MS (6.2 mi.)
Waveland, MS (7.8 mi.)
Diamondhead, MS (8.9 mi.)
Gulfport, MS (10.0 mi.)
West Gulfport, MS (11.1 mi.)
Kiln, MS (12.9 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.historicbluerose.com/

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  1. I’ve been in there many times do to funerals and weddings one time i walked down the hall and there was an old lady i try to hide my experenses with paremormal activety but i wil tell you dm me on instagram madison_piazza

  2. This was one of my earliest jobs, working at this restaurant as a busboy or back waiter. It was our nightly closing duties to set up the fine dining restaurant so that when we opened the following day we could be better prepared for customers. Well as luck would have it on several occasions when we came back to work on the following day many of the tables would be disturbed and some complete void of dishes and silverware. Of course I was young and just thought we were being messed with by the kitchen staff. But as it was told to me that many many years ago their lived a family in the home with two daughters. The family would hold high class functions in order to parade around their youngest daughter to would be suitors. The oldest daughter was mentally challenged and therefore was told to stay locked upstairs. Even after the youngest was married and took over the estate, and also the responsibility of caring for her sister, she would continue to hold grand events at their home. And again the oldest daughter was kept out of sight from the higher class. I was told of how she died if it was tragic or old age. But her spirit remains behind because it knew nothing of the outside world and she only acts out against fine dining or grand events. Now to close this story with my witnessing statement. As a back waiter I was tipped out by the main waiter or waitress every night and was the bartender. And on such an occasion we were gathered at the bar to get our cut as it would be, with our backs away from the bar where the locked wine cabinet stood. Out of no where the locked cabinet flew open and several bottles of wine flew across the room and over the bar shattering the mirror and several other bottles of liqour. I left that night and never returned back to work. I figured surely McDonalds is hiring.

  3. I too, worked at The Blue Rose. I was also personal friends, with the owners at the time. I was told a similar story about who was haunting the house. At the time of my employment, the Ly/Reed family had done extensive renovations. One night, as I passed through one of the back dining rooms, a full silverware tub sitting on the end of a four top table, flipped over onto the floor. I tried every way possible to make that, do it again. No luck. That dining room was seldom used, as it wasn’t as grand and it didn’t feel as comfortable, as the other 3 dining rooms. I am not a sensitive to these things, but I do believe it was haunted.

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