Magnolia Manor Bed and Breakfast

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Built in 1849, this manor house has a ghost, or several, residing within. Every room has been known to presence of ghosts. In Annie’s Room, the motion detectors go off and voices are heard when no one is there. A male and a female apparition have been seen in the C.A. Miller Suite. A ghost allegedly broke the ghostbusting equipment in the Austin Miller Suite, and in the guest cabin, female voices and the apparition of a young girl have been reported. A Civil War ghost also has been seen about the place.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    418 N Main St
    Bolivar, TN 38008
    United States

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    GPS:
    35.259324, -88.9871129
    County:
    Hardeman County, Tennessee
    Nearest Towns:
    Bolivar, TN (0.2 mi.)
    Toone, TN (6.7 mi.)
    Hornsby, TN (9.2 mi.)
    Whiteville, TN (10.3 mi.)
    Hickory Valley, TN (10.8 mi.)
    Silerton, TN (11.6 mi.)
    Middleton, TN (14.5 mi.)
    Medon, TN (15.2 mi.)
    Saulsbury, TN (15.7 mi.)
    Grand Junction, TN (18.4 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.magnoliamanorbolivartn.com/

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    1. We have a video on our web page from the outside cottage. Someone was trying to warn Gregg of something that was about to happen the next morning. This is a video of the Ovilus we used that night.

    2. Magnolia Manor is no longer operating as a bed and breakfast. It’s now a private residence and does not accept overnight guests.

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