Lois Jane's Riverview Inn

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The 1892 bed and breakfast inn is haunted by the daughter of a sea captain who once owned the place during the twentieth-century. Known as ‘Lois Jane’, the spirit has been heard laughing and singing on the upper floor of the mansion, and on one occasion shook the bed of a male guest and his wife until they awoke in fright.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

106 West Bay Street
Southport, NC
United States

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33.91726999999999, -78.01964499999997
Brunswick County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Southport, NC (0.3 mi.)
Caswell Beach, NC (2.3 mi.)
Yaupon Beach, NC (3.5 mi.)
Bald Head Island, NC (4.1 mi.)
Saint James, NC (5.6 mi.)
Long Beach, NC (5.6 mi.)
Oak Island, NC (8.1 mi.)
Boiling Spring Lakes, NC (8.3 mi.)
Kure Beach, NC (8.5 mi.)
Carolina Beach, NC (10.9 mi.)


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