Buford House Bed & Breakfast

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Allegedly haunted by the ghost of a man who, in a jealous rage over his woman walking home with another man, decided to shoot her and then himself. Luckily, the woman survived his murder attempt and he was the only one who died. He continues to haunt the house where he died.

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113 E Safford St
Tombstone, AZ 85638
United States

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31.715249, -110.06883299999998
Cochise County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Tombstone, AZ (0.2 mi.)
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  1. I once stayed at this bed and breakfast in 2004. My wife and I heard a knocking sound from the floor throughout the night and a whistling from the bathroom. This place really is haunted.

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