Linden Bed and Breakfast

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The 1700s Linden Bed and Breakfast is believed to be haunted by a phantom horse-drawn buggy in the drive and the sound of the tapping of a cane in the west gallery. Apparitions of a man in a top hat have been seen in a child’s bedroom, and a woman in the east wing jumps from the edge of the roof, disappearing before she hits the ground.

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1 Connor Cir
Natchez, MS 39120
United States

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31.551143342548677, -91.38357710842683
Adams County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Natchez, MS (1.3 mi.)
Morgantown, MS (2.6 mi.)
Vidalia, LA (2.7 mi.)
Cloverdale, MS (4.3 mi.)
Minorca, LA (6.1 mi.)
Ridgecrest, LA (9.2 mi.)
Spokane, LA (11.2 mi.)
Ferriday, LA (11.4 mi.)
West Ferriday, LA (12.7 mi.)
Clayton, LA (15.1 mi.)

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  1. The Linden B&B in Natchez MS is a lovely home and the service is excellent. I’ve now stayed there twice; 1st in 2000 and again recently this year in 2015. I was not aware that it had a ghostly or spiritual connection prior to staying there in 2000. However, the first night I was there with my wife – who is sadly now deceased – we were in the upstairs bedroom at the top of the stairs on the left which was built in 1790. During the night around 3 a.m., I was awaken to a repetitive tapping sound that was about 4-to-5-seconds apart. I listened to it for perhaps a minute or two and chalked it up to the old Grandfather clock that stood on the first landing up the stairs and I went back to sleep. Coming downstairs in the morning, I noted that the clock was not working but I shrugged it off. Later that day in a bookstore downtown, I picked up a book about the ghosts of Natchez. Thumbing through it, I came across the Linden B&B! I pointed it out to my wife and noted that it was reported that an old man with a cane could be heard walking about! Interesting. Fifteen years later I had the opportunity to travel to Natchez and once again I opted to stay overnight for two nights at the Linden. Although I had deliberately made reservations for another room at the Linden, as fate would have it, we got the same room that my wife and I had back in 2000 only this time I was with my cousin and we were in two separate beds. No, I did not hear the tapping again. However, during the night around 4 a.m., I was awakened by a high frequency lateral (parallel to the floor) side-to-side light shaking of the bed. It wasn’t a violent shaking but it was rapid. After I was awakened and it continued, I thought about what it might be (e.g., passing trains, heavy truck traffic, quake) and after about a minute I rolled over and went back to sleep having decided it wasn’t important. This was on the first night of our stay. Nothing happened on the second night. Upon checking out of the Linden enroute to Pensacola, in talking with my cousin, she said that she had experienced the same phenomena on our first night at Linden over in her bed. She did at the time think that it might have been a playful spirit but wasn’t concerned and as did I, she simply rolled over and went back to sleep.

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