At The White House Bed and Breakfast

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The 1902 house previously served as a hospital, a day-care and a hotel before suffering fire damage in the 1980’s. The house has been restored to its former grandeur, but there have been many sightings of the gentle apparition of a young woman. She often stands at the ends of guests beds or chat’s to guest’s children, leading many to believe she was the owner of the day care who died long ago.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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475 8th Ave
Skagway, AK 99840
United States

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59.45803832268085, -135.31485459205214
Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon County
Nearest Towns:
Skagway, AK (0.0 mi.)
Lutak, AK (12.0 mi.)
Haines, AK (16.5 mi.)
Klukwan, AK (20.4 mi.)
Mud Bay, AK (20.7 mi.)
Covenant Life, AK (25.1 mi.)
Mosquito Lake, AK (27.7 mi.)

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