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Anchuca Mansion

It is from this balcony that Jefferson Davis conceded defeat to the Union forces… MORE

mississippiChapel of the Cross

Many years ago, the caretaker in charge of Chapel Of The Cross mentally snapped, and chopped off … MORE

King’s Tavern

The King’s Tavern building is 237 years old, the oldest structure in the very old river port city of Natchez… MORE

haunted-mississippiMonmouth Plantation

It is thought that General John A. Quitman died after being poisoned by abolitionists in Washington D.C. when he and others made the case for letting the South secede… MORE

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Other Mississippi hauntings include:

Hickory Sticks Mansion

A spectral former owner makes an annual inspection. Located on 7th Street, in Columbus. It was built in the 1820s, around the original log cabin room. There is still an upstairs room from this original home in the present mansion. The first mayor of Columbus, Robert Hayden owned the mansion in the 1840s. He took great care of the place, and was the one who planted the vineyards on the grounds and dug the cellar.

Around the second week of February or Valentine’s Day, The Ivy family is treated to an annual inspection of a ghost of a former owner, who has slow, ponderous steps of a heavy old man, usually late at night. Year after year, the ghost calmly takes the same route. He comes up from the wine cellar, through the hall, past the master bedroom, and then goes up the stairs to the old log cabin room, closing the door. He never comes down again.

 

Wisteria Place

Former owner who died young keeps an eye on up-keep of the mansion. Located in Columbus. This mansion was built by William R. Cannon, in 1858. He only lived there for 4 years before he died. Two other deaths happened at Wisteria Place over the years as well.

Over the years, since the 1970s, during the day light hours, various members of the Wallace family each have seen a man, wearing a white shirt rushing up the walk, past the east kitchen window, towards the back door. He seems to be on an urgent errand. Each family member had rushed to the back door and opened it quickly to see nothing or nobody there.

also…

the old Deason House,
Howell House,
Mathis Plantation
and the McRaven Haunted House.

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