The Excelsior House

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This old hotel is said to be haunted by a headless ghost who roams the second floor. Another ghost lives here as well: a woman who wears black and carries a baby. It is said that the woman’s apparition has frightened many guests, including film director Steven Spielberg.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    211 W Austin St
    Jefferson, TX 75657
    United States

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    GPS:
    32.7560324365678, -94.34579337063906
    County:
    Marion County, Texas
    Nearest Towns:
    Jefferson, TX (0.1 mi.)
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    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.theexcelsiorhouse.com/

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