White Lion Inn

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Although this is no longer an operating inn, people claim it is haunted by ghostly apparitions, shadows and cold spots.

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230 W 3rd St S
Thomasville, AL 36784
United States

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31.9115692, -87.73842009999998
Clarke County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Thomasville, AL (0.2 mi.)
Fulton, AL (8.5 mi.)
Pine Hill, AL (10.0 mi.)
Grove Hill, AL (14.2 mi.)
Sweet Water, AL (14.9 mi.)
Yellow Bluff, AL (16.3 mi.)
Whatley, AL (18.1 mi.)
Putnam, AL (18.8 mi.)
Nanafalia, AL (20.2 mi.)
Coffeeville, AL (23.2 mi.)


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  1. This place is indeed haunted. Just as described above, you get a cold feeling and feel the urge to run out. It was currently being renovated when I went. The story I was told was a man murdered his fiancee in the 2nd floor bathroom.

  2. Phillip stafford  |  

    I currently live here with three more friends of mine. There are very strange things that take place during the day and night from footsteps, doors opening, and cold feelings all throughout the house.

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