Kate Shepard House Bed and Breakfast

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The historic bed and breakfast is haunted by the apparition of an elderly woman, who has been seen in guest rooms all over the building. A strange presence has been felt by guests and staff.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1552 Monterey Place
Mobile, AL
United States

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30.684423, -88.0740409
Mobile County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Mobile, AL (2.0 mi.)
Prichard, AL (3.8 mi.)
Chickasaw, AL (5.5 mi.)
Tillmans Corner, AL (8.7 mi.)
Saraland, AL (9.4 mi.)
Spanish Fort, AL (9.5 mi.)
Theodore, AL (11.2 mi.)
Daphne, AL (11.6 mi.)
Satsuma, AL (11.7 mi.)
Bellefontaine, AL (13.3 mi.)


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  1. me and a group of friends with here it was super scary because when we went inside we saw a old woman standing in one of the rooms which was the living room and she vanished then after that we felt like we where being watched so this place is really haunted

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