Peel Mansion

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This historic mansion, built by Samuel Peel in 1875, is said to be haunted by Peel himself and by his daughter, Minnie Belle. Minnie Belle is known to play the piano when no one is in the room.

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400 S Walton Blvd
Bentonville, AR 72712
United States

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36.36911570000001, -94.22224269999998
Benton County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Bentonville, AR (0.8 mi.)
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Rogers, AR (6.3 mi.)
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  1. Me too you were in my class but in a different group and I went to the kitchen of the mansion and saw a man in the kitchen making a cake. When I turned around it was gone but the cake was still there. I went to touch it and it vanished. True story bro.

  2. I was a tour guide there. Many unusual things happened. Some people saw a ghost cat in Col. Peel’s parlor. Mrs Peel shuts the lights off in her bedroom. She has also been known to ask to hold screaming babies to quiet them. And someone definitely hates the song I Dream of Jeannie With the Light Brown hair.
    A lady in a long green coat came in one day but no one could find her and she didn’t leave. There is something freaky about the boy’s bedroom but I never could put my finger on what it was. Great place to visit. Tour guides are told not to talk about the ghosts……

  3. Once, while working in the room now called the “docent kitchen”, I got curious as to what was in the old cabinet in the NE corner of the room. I unlatched and opened the door, and as I did, a dustpan that had been hanging on a hook fell to the ground. I apologized and quickly closed and latched the cabinet. Now, there was no way I could have knocked the dustpan off the hook, because of the way it was made and how the pan was hanging on it. Also, the hook was still securely attached to the wall. I can’t explain how it came to fall except to say that someone didn’t want me to poke around in that cabinet. Other than that, the space feels peaceful. Perhaps the saddest part of this home’s existence, though, is the disrespectful way guests treat it when there for events. Some people have no sense of place or respect.

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