Beach Drive Inn Bed and Breakfast

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Guests staying in the Montego Room at this circa 1910 bed and breakfast have reported a rocking chair that rocks by itself, as well as hearing ghostly music and disembodied footsteps in the night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

532 Beach Drive Northeast
St Petersburg, FL
United States

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27.7782686, -82.63151429999999
Pinellas County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Saint Petersburg, FL (3.0 mi.)
Lealman, FL (4.2 mi.)
West And East Lealman, FL (4.6 mi.)
Gulfport, FL (4.9 mi.)
Kenneth City, FL (6.0 mi.)
Pinellas Park, FL (6.1 mi.)
Gandy, FL (6.3 mi.)
South Pasadena, FL (6.7 mi.)
Saint Pete Beach, FL (7.6 mi.)
Tierra Verde, FL (8.2 mi.)


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