Lonesome Dove Inn

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Formerly a hospital, the 1927 bed and breakfast inn is named after a prize-winning novel written by a famous local author. The place is rumoured to be haunted by a number of spirits, including a playful male presence and a ghostly nurse forever tending to her patients. In the Desert Rose Room, a visitor was once kicked by an invisible foot, and a family staying in the Cadillac Jack Room were told to leave by a man they couldn’t see.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

287 West Main Street
Archer City, TX
United States

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33.5960488, -98.62827529999998
Archer County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Archer City, TX (0.2 mi.)
Scotland, TX (10.1 mi.)
Windthorst, TX (11.1 mi.)
Holliday, TX (15.7 mi.)
Lakeside City, TX (16.8 mi.)
Olney, TX (17.2 mi.)
Megargel, TX (19.8 mi.)
Wichita Falls, TX (23.3 mi.)
Pleasant Valley, TX (23.8 mi.)
Jolly, TX (24.5 mi.)


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