Yankee Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast

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Two of the buildings at this b&b inn are said to be haunted: The Gilbert Huson House and the Henry Huson House. Staff has reported hearing footsteps and the sound of objects dropping. It is said that the staff members are afraid to work in these buildings by themselves because of eerie feelings and cold spots.

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405 Collins Street
Plymouth, WI 53073
United States

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43.74535, -87.975866
Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Plymouth, WI (0.2 mi.)
Glenbeulah, WI (5.1 mi.)
Waldo, WI (5.1 mi.)
Greenbush, WI (5.8 mi.)
Cascade, WI (6.2 mi.)
Elkhart Lake, WI (6.4 mi.)
Sheboygan Falls, WI (7.7 mi.)
Hingham, WI (8.0 mi.)
Adell, WI (8.8 mi.)
Kohler, WI (9.7 mi.)

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