1902-08 Stained Glass Manor - Oak Hall

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Built in the early 1900s, the hall is said to be haunted by Fannie Vick Willis, Vicksburg philanthropist. Ghostly spheres and orbs have been photographed here, an witnesses have detected cold spots and unexplained lights. Footsteps, period music, and other sounds have been reported here as well. Fannie was known to be a kind individual, and one guest who had suffered a great loss described feeling a warm hug envelop her. After that, the deep feeling of grief left her. Theh hug was believed to come from Fannie herself.

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2430 Drummond Street
Vicksburg, Mississippi 39180
United States

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32.336034, -90.88138800000002
Warren County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Vicksburg, MS (1.2 mi.)
Delta, LA (2.8 mi.)
Beechwood, MS (3.2 mi.)
Mound, LA (8.3 mi.)
Edwards, MS (16.1 mi.)
Richmond, LA (17.9 mi.)
Tallulah, LA (18.5 mi.)
Lynchburg, MS (20.7 mi.)
Utica, MS (21.7 mi.)
Learned, MS (21.8 mi.)


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  1. I stayed here one evening. I know for a fact she is the woman that woke me while “cleaning” my room…which I found very odd. She was in period dress and was very friendly…I was so comfortable with her that I seriously thought it was part of the B&B’s experience. I only realized it wasn’t when she disappeared when I stepped in the small bath area…all doors were still locked from the inside (including the front balancing door when looking at the front of the house). She had woke me by saying my name and telling me that breakfast was being served downstairs…yes…she had spoke to me…it was a very surreal experience.

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