Walnut Street Inn

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The hauntings at this 1890s-era inn building occur in one of its three buildings called the Main House, which has six rooms. The Rosen Room is haunted by the ghost of an elderly woman who has been spotted many times there and in the hallways.

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900 E Walnut St
Springfield, MO 65806
United States

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37.206414834991115, -93.28179565073697
Greene County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Springfield, MO (1.1 mi.)
Battlefield, MO (7.9 mi.)
Brookline, MO (8.2 mi.)
Fremont Hills, MO (9.9 mi.)
Strafford, MO (10.0 mi.)
Willard, MO (10.6 mi.)
Nixa, MO (11.3 mi.)
Lon, MO (12.3 mi.)
Republic, MO (12.4 mi.)
Ozark, MO (13.5 mi.)

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  1. I am in the Paranormal Activity business and I am very interested in having a look at this room. If you could contact me as soon as you have the chance I would appreciate it.

    Thank you for your time,
    Rusty Miller

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