Hammel House Inn

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The inn has been declared one of the most haunted buildings in Waynesville. The most haunted room at the bed and breakfast is Room #004. The shadowy apparition of a young merchant who was murdered in the inn has been seen here, as well as in the dining room of the inn. The ghost of a black cat has been seen in the hotel hallways, as well as various other apparitions in period clothing. Bottles and other items fall off shelves off their own accord or are moved around. Disembodied footsteps are heard and spectral voices have been reported in the old inn.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

121 S Main St
Waynesville, OH 45068
United States

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39.529534, -84.08740799999998
Warren County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Waynesville, OH (0.0 mi.)
Corwin, OH (0.6 mi.)
Harveysburg, OH (4.5 mi.)
Five Points, OH (6.2 mi.)
Spring Valley, OH (6.9 mi.)
Bellbrook, OH (7.4 mi.)
Centerville, OH (7.8 mi.)
Springboro, OH (7.9 mi.)
Lebanon, OH (9.0 mi.)
Clarksville, OH (10.5 mi.)


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