It just wouldn’t be a haunted inn without a famous ghost, and this delightful historic bed and breakfast is allegedly haunted by Buffalo Bill, where he stayed the night on several occasions. In Room #001 (River Song Room), a curious apparition has been reported. Guests have reported seeing a shadowy figure seated at the end of their bed, and objects and furniture are frequently rearranged by an unseen presence. In Room #005 (Rosemal Room), a spook has been known to play with the lights and open and close doors. In Room #007 (Garden Room), the apparition of a ghostly child bouncing a ball has been reported by guests. Others claim to have heard ghostly laughter and singing emanating from this room. In the main lobby and dining room, staff and guests alike have reported the apparition of a lady in a white dress, who is apparently displeased with the hotel and had been heard sobbing and sighing. Where Buffalo Bill fits into the list of spooks that haunt this inn is as of yet unclear.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 101 Parkway Avenue
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- 43.72106142320114, -91.97725805641312
- Fillmore County, Minnesota
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