Annie's Inn Bed and Breakfast

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This early-1800s inn is said to be haunted by the ghost of a little girl who wanders in the halls calling out for her mama.

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3083 Charleston Hwy
Montmorenci, SC 29839
United States

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33.52713268990438, -81.63060933351517
Aiken County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Aiken, SC (5.6 mi.)
Windsor, SC (7.4 mi.)
New Ellenton, SC (8.0 mi.)
Warrenville, SC (10.1 mi.)
Graniteville, SC (10.5 mi.)
Gloverville, SC (11.5 mi.)
Langley, SC (12.3 mi.)
Burnettown, SC (12.6 mi.)
Williston, SC (14.9 mi.)
Clearwater, SC (15.2 mi.)

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  1. About 20 years ago, my wife and I stayed at Annie’s Inn s a wedding gift from our Church Choir. That night, not knowing about anything about a ghost, I woke up in the middle of the night from the sound of a baby crying. At breakfast, I didn’t see any children at the breakfast table from the other guests. I told the owner what I heard, and she told me about the ghost, and told us that a child had died in the very room we slept!

  2. This Greek-revival plantation home was originally 3 stories until Civil War cannon fire took out the third story. It was used as a field hospital; it is likely that soldiers died within the walls or on the grounds.
    I have stayed here many times with my family, but never heard the ghost. My sister is sensitive to spirits and HAS HEARD this little girl. She woke up, walked to the top of the stairs, and heard the girl’s voice grow louder and louder. (Then she ran and hid under the covers til all was quiet and she fell asleep.)
    The innkeeper has heard her many times throughout the years, but she’s not always active. Curiously, she is always active whenever the property undergoes renovations, and not just within the historic inn itself. Construction anywhere on the place–outbuildings, cottages, etc.–disturbs the little girl who wanders the halls seeking comfort from “Mama…Mama!”

  3. I had a visit to the Inn. The Inn is absolutely breathtaking! I did not see or hear the little girl but heard the tale of her from the Inn keeper. I would love to experience it though!

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