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Grace is the ghost who haunts this early-20th-century establishment. She is the relative of a former resident here, and she is most active in her own room. Grace’s dog has been seen here as well. Some guests have reported that Grace climbed into bed with them and hugged them.

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43 Watauga St
Asheville, NC 28801
United States

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35.605949, -82.56912499999999
Buncombe County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Asheville, NC (0.9 mi.)
Woodfin, NC (2.0 mi.)
Biltmore Forest, NC (5.5 mi.)
Weaverville, NC (6.3 mi.)
Bent Creek, NC (7.0 mi.)
Royal Pines, NC (9.5 mi.)
Swannanoa, NC (9.5 mi.)
Avery Creek, NC (9.9 mi.)
Fairview, NC (11.6 mi.)
Fletcher, NC (12.7 mi.)

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  1. Me and my ex-wife stayed there in the fall of 1999. We were in the downstairs bedroom when I was awoken by the sound of someone walking down the stairs. I looked at the clock and it was around 3:00 am and thought that it was strange that someone was making such a noise. Within in few minutes I started to smell what seemed to be a fresh baked blueberry pie and the sounds of someone in the kitchen. I didn’t think much about it and fell back to sleep. That morning we woke and went to eat breakfast. I saw the owner and asked her where was the pie that I smelled earlier. She looked at me with a strange look and said that she didn’t make any pies last night. In fact she doesn’t get up to cook until 6:00. She then proceeded to tell us about the ghost and how people have heard her walking around at night and that she sometimes climbs in bed with them. Needless to stay I didn’t get much sleep the next couple of nights.

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