Prospect Hill Bed and Breakfast

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This 1889 house-turned-inn may be home to a few ghosts, which manifest in odd ways. The owners have said the way to tell when a ghost is around is by phantom smells, usually of perfume or peanut butter cookies.

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801 W Main St
Mountain City, TN 37683
United States

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36.47601900000001, -81.81388100000004
Johnson County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Mountain City, TN (0.5 mi.)
Damascus, VA (11.0 mi.)
Lansing, NC (16.9 mi.)
Abingdon, VA (18.5 mi.)
West Jefferson, NC (18.5 mi.)
Valle Crucis, NC (18.5 mi.)
Beech Mountain, NC (18.8 mi.)
Jefferson, NC (19.3 mi.)
Boone, NC (19.5 mi.)
Hunter, TN (20.5 mi.)

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  1. Busted. That is one way to get on listings and attract business. Locals deny ever seeing, smelling or hearing any paranormal activity dating back generations to the 1889 building.

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