The Harrison Street Inn

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Eyewitnesses report apparitions, footsteps, diesmbodied voices, showers and toilets that work by themselves, and many other strange phenomena at this historic inn.

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204 E. Harrison Street
Sullivan, Illinois
United States

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39.59935999973252, -88.6053382361763
Moultrie County, Illinois
Nearest Towns:
Sullivan, IL (0.1 mi.)
Allenville, IL (5.0 mi.)
Bethany, IL (7.8 mi.)
Lovington, IL (8.2 mi.)
Findlay, IL (9.5 mi.)
Arthur, IL (10.7 mi.)
Windsor, IL (11.0 mi.)
Gays, IL (11.4 mi.)
Dalton City, IL (13.1 mi.)
Hammond, IL (13.7 mi.)

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  1. We stayed there several times before it ceased operation as an inn, but saw no signs of unregistered guests. It was a great place to stay in Sullivan, though!

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