Alley-McKay House Bed and Breakfast Inn

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You may want to hang on to your drawers if you visit this pretty inn. The ghosts of two house slaves of long ago, Mr. Alfred and Patricia or Aunt Patty, are known for stealing folks’ underwear.

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    306 E Delta St
    Jefferson, TX 75657
    United States

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    32.75721842616656, -94.35223817825317
    Marion County, Texas
    Nearest Towns:
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