Aunt B's - Southern Hospitality

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Originally built in 1910 for the family of a doctor, Aunt B’s was an inn that was rumored to be haunted. Reports say it is no longer in operation and is for sale. Witnesses say the hauntings here consist of men who try to break into the window or peer in from the outside. The theory is that the ghosts are soldiers trying to get into the building, as the inn sits on the site of what was once an infirmary. The ghost of a child in old-fashioned clothing also has been seen on the patio, and several other apparitions of women and children have been noted inside the building.

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Geographic Information

717 West Davis Street
Elba, AL
United States

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31.413349, -86.06912299999999
Coffee County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Elba, AL (0.1 mi.)
New Brockton, AL (8.5 mi.)
Opp, AL (14.2 mi.)
Enterprise, AL (14.3 mi.)
Kinston, AL (14.9 mi.)
Brantley, AL (16.1 mi.)
Babbie, AL (17.7 mi.)
Dozier, AL (18.3 mi.)
Glenwood, AL (18.4 mi.)
Horn Hill, AL (18.6 mi.)


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