Ahern's Belle of the Bend's

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Named after a paddle steamer that brought a former president downstream to the township, this historic inn dates back to the mid-nineteenth century, and is rumoured to have a ghostly tales that have occurred within the walls. Reports indicate that a woman’s presence has been felt in some rooms, often accompanied by the smell of perfume, as well as the apparition of a gentleman in an old-fashioned suit.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

508 Klein Street
Vicksburg, MS
United States

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32.3413421, -90.88629209999999
Warren County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Vicksburg, MS (0.9 mi.)
Delta, LA (2.6 mi.)
Beechwood, MS (3.6 mi.)
Mound, LA (8.0 mi.)
Edwards, MS (16.4 mi.)
Richmond, LA (17.6 mi.)
Tallulah, LA (18.1 mi.)
Lynchburg, MS (20.8 mi.)
Learned, MS (22.2 mi.)
Utica, MS (22.2 mi.)


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