Reportedly haunted by a female ghost who appears most often in a specific room when a blue table lamp is turned on. For this reason the ghost has been dubbed “The Blue Lady”. There are numerous reports of the Blue Lady ghost and the owner (who claims to be skeptical) has published some of the older accounts that he found written down in guest books stored in the attic. He wisely excludes those from modern days, which he says are tainted by repeated circulation of the stories on the internet. Some accounts claim that the Blue Lady is a bit on the amorous side, others that she smells of peaches and others that she appears as a full body apparition who will groom herself at the dressing table.
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- 6404 Indiana 135
Nashville, IN 47448
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- 39.09898291180485, -86.21410641078
- Brown County, Indiana
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