Lula Belle's

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This one-time bordello opened in 1917, and is now a bed-and-breakfast and restaurant. The haunts here are known to move or throw things in the kitchen, or twist utensils into pretzels. They show themselves as orbs, shadows or mirror reflections, and can be heard as footsteps or disembodied voices. A Lady in White apparition has been reported as well.

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111 Bird St
Hannibal, MO 63401
United States

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39.7115864, -91.35615530000001
Marion County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Hannibal, MO (0.3 mi.)
Hull, IL (7.9 mi.)
New London, MO (9.0 mi.)
Payson, IL (9.5 mi.)
Rensselaer, MO (10.4 mi.)
Plainville, IL (10.4 mi.)
Palmyra, MO (10.6 mi.)
Kinderhook, IL (10.8 mi.)
New Canton, IL (14.8 mi.)
Ashburn, MO (15.2 mi.)

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