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Subject: Re: Interesting Haunted Weekend Visit

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Date Posted: 23:56:10 06/06/03 Fri
In reply to: DSM 's message, "Interesting Haunted Weekend Visit" on 09:04:44 06/06/03 Fri

Hey Gang,

One place we can recommend is the Zane Trace Guest House is Somerset, Ohio.

Another place would be the Duff Green Mansion in Vicksburg, Mississippi (the place is wonderful, the staff is friendly: http://www.duffgreenmansion.com.

Another place is the Castle Inn: http://www.castleinnofneworleans.com. The suits of armor were a bit of a scare from time to time, but the spirits were friendly. Be sure to tell them that PRNSA recommended that you visit. The plantations, such as Oak Alley, are a few hours drive north, but worth the effort. I would skip the Myrtles Plantation for serious ghosting because the place has become commercial and overrun with tourists (my opinion only, etc., etc.)

Have you considered the Lizzie Borden house? http://www.lizzie-borden.com. Charleston, SC? Andersonvile, GA?

Where did you go in Williamsburg? The group is interested in investigating the city (I have personally been there and the downtown area seems very active to me).

Gettysburg Battlefield is very active, and the Cashtown Inn is another wonderful place to stay if you haven't been there yet.

I hope that gives you some ideas and please let us know how your trip goes!


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