Angel Rose Bed and Breakfast Inn

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The 1881 bed and breakfast is one of only a few historic buildings left on the southern coast of this small township, as many have been destroyed by hurricanes, neglect and fire over the course of a century. Paranormal activity reported at this location includes lights turning on and off by themselves, the apparition of a woman in an old-fashioned dress who appears in mirrors, disembodied footsteps and a spirit with a penchant for saltwater taffy.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

902 East Cornwall Street
Rockport, TX
United States

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28.0247743, -97.05218400000001
Aransas County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Rockport, TX (0.3 mi.)
Fulton, TX (2.6 mi.)
Lamar, TX (8.4 mi.)
Aransas Pass, TX (10.0 mi.)
Holiday Beach, TX (10.3 mi.)
Bayside, TX (11.0 mi.)
Tradewinds, TX (13.0 mi.)
Port Aransas, TX (13.2 mi.)
Ingleside, TX (14.1 mi.)
Gregory, TX (16.1 mi.)


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  1. We have stayed there and there is a visitor that visited the day we took a tour of the house would like to stay again and see if he returns again”

  2. I will sometimes ride by the ole mansion when my husband & I go for a ride in our golf cart. Even though I am a fan of shows about spirits, I never put two & two together whenever I passed the house. On many occasions, I would see someone dressed in white or period clothing in the window upstairs on the second floor that matched the age of the home but thought her to be a tour guide or visitor. Then one-day on the show Most Haunted Places in America, I happen to hear about the ghost of a woman at this Inn. I have always had the ability to see and hear things others could not, and now that I know what it was that I saw, I’ll just wave next time she appears.

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