A Georgian Manner Bed and Breakfast

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At this historic inn, a murder mystery is said to have taken place in 1898. Then-owner John Engle was allegedly poisoned by his wife, who put strychnine in his coffee. She was acquitted of the crime. Witnesses have seen apparitions of a man and children in period clothing playing on the lawn, and one guest saw an apparition hovering over her bed.

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29055 Evans Rd
Logan, OH 43138
United States

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39.5442840448917, -82.47719907758437
Hocking County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Rockbridge, OH (3.4 mi.)
Logan, OH (3.7 mi.)
Sugar Grove, OH (6.8 mi.)
Hide-A-Way Hills, OH (7.6 mi.)
Geneva, OH (8.5 mi.)
Haydenville, OH (9.0 mi.)
Bremen, OH (11.2 mi.)
Carbon Hill, OH (12.7 mi.)
New Straitsville, OH (13.0 mi.)
Lancaster, OH (13.4 mi.)

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