Magnolia Hill Bed and Breakfast

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Magnolia Hill Bed and Breakfast dates to around 1900 and was home to Confederate Captain Charles Moore Sr. Featured on TV’s Extreme Ghost Hunters, witnesses and paranormalists have reported unexplained noises, voices, and other eerie phenomena.

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608 Perry St
Helena, AR 72342
United States

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34.529199, -90.59009530000003
Phillips County, Arkansas
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  1. I actually had a chance to stay at this b & b and believe me it is very much haunted! The spirit or ghost that haunts this place is named Jasmine. She isn’t the “scare the pants off you” type of ghost, more the mischievous type. The owner of the b & b said she will come home and her Christmas tree would be totally undecorated or all of the decorations would be lined up on the bookshelf behind the tree…just things like that. Now at this very moment when I was talking with the owner and having breakfast we hear the front door open, shut, deadbolt lock and then plain as day…..footsteps going up the stairs right behind where we were sitting! Nobody was in that house except for the people at the table I was sitting at. Craziest thing I’d ever experienced at the time!

  2. Oh yes we had many paranormal experiences at this Bed and Breakfast-we were the Innkeepers there the last year it was open to guests-although we never experienced the undecorating of the Christmas Tree we did experience the sweet smell that Jasmine would leave behind and sometimes items would be missing-good ‘ol Willie though would ring the doorbell at all hours of the night-and no it wasn’t a ring and run person-Many of our guests also experienced phenomenon…

  3. My great grand mother owned this house for several years. I never encountered any ghosts but I would always get the feeling something was there.

  4. I stayed there many times. My Aunt used to own it. When my first born was a baby we stayed in the honeymoon suite with my sister. He woke about 4:00 am to eat, while I was nursing him I heard a baby crying. I would not look up. I just put him back to sleep and went back to sleep. When we woke up I told my sister, she was mad I didn’t wake her up, she went downstairs to tell my Aunt, she said “I haven’t had anybody hear the baby crying in a while”. She would tell us about all of her experiences there.

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