Baker House Bed and Breakfast

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Built some time between 1916 and 1917, this historic bed and breakfast is haunted by several ghosts associated with the building’s past. Cold spots, doors opening and closing and the sound of ghostly children playing are just some of the phenomena reported here, along with a woman in white who appears during weddings and a phantom construction worker simply known as ‘Jefferson’.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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109 West Fifth Street
Little Rock, AR
United States

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34.7582139, -92.26811190000001
Pulaski County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
North Little Rock, AR (0.8 mi.)
Little Rock, AR (1.5 mi.)
College Station, AR (4.4 mi.)
Sherwood, AR (4.6 mi.)
Cammack Village, AR (4.8 mi.)
Sweet Home, AR (5.2 mi.)
McAlmont, AR (6.0 mi.)
Gravel Ridge, AR (8.8 mi.)
Gibson, AR (8.9 mi.)
Landmark, AR (10.6 mi.)


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  1. A friend used to live in this house. Aside from some odd architecture choices that result in some weird acoustics, nothing off about this house.

  2. My parents rented this home when I was in Kindergarten. We had more paranormal experiences than I can list. I remember seeing several ghosts at a time in different parts of the home, chairs stacked, people coming and going the then abandoned garage apt, and I swear something like Sinister made my brother sick w pneumonia.

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