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The Three Chimney's Inn

www.threechimneysinn.com

Built in 1649 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Three Chimneys Inn is one of the oldest homes in the State. Having undergone extensive renovations in the early 90’s, it now serves as a bed & breakfast offering 23 guest rooms, dining ...
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Category:New Hampshire
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Telephone603-868-7800
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Rhyolite Ghost Town

www.rhyolitesite.com

Rhyolite is located 4 miles west of the town of Beatty, Nevada on HWY 374. The East entrance to Death Valley, Rhyolite offers photographers, explorers and ghost town enthusiasts an enjoyable experience. For those of you who cannot visit the town we have a ...
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Category:Nevada
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John Rice Library

www.bellevuelibrary.org

The Bellevue Public Library (also referred to as the John Rice Library) offers a variety of printed, audiovisual and computer-related resources and programs for all ages. Originally begun in 1929, the Library has been at its current location since 1975.

Category:Nebraska
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Telephone402-293-3157
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Bonanza Inn

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Bonanza Inn

www.distinctlymontana.com/montana-town/09/08/2011/virginia-c...

Among Idaho Street’s several haunted places, the Bonanza Inn has the most intriguing, and chilling, energy. Built in the mid-1860s as the Madison County courthouse, it served up justice until 1875. In 1876, three Catholic Sisters of Charity arrived from L ...
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Category:Montana
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Lula Belle's

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Lula Belle's

www.lulabelles.com

Main Street Bed & Breakfast is located in the heart of historic downtown Hannibal, at the corner of Center and Main Streets. The first floor is owner occupied, so your hosts are available when you need them.

Category:Missouri
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Telephone573-221-6662
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The Amos Deason House

www.apps.mdah.ms.gov/Public/prop.aspx?id=15417&view=facts&y=...

The Amos Deason House is one of Mississippi's most unique expressions of vernacular Greek Revival architecture. Stylistically, the house dates from 1855 to 1860. The house derives its significance from its unusual architectural character, from its histori ...
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Category:Mississippi
Telephone601-477-8646
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The Fitzgerald Theater

www.fitzgeraldtheater.publicradio.org

Most of the unexplained phenomenon that happen at the one hundred-year-old theater are blamed on a stagehand named Ben who died in the '40s. Workers complain they hear Ben's ghost dropping beer bottles, his shadow is seen moving up in the workings, and a ...
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Category:Minnesota
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Telephone651-290-1200
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Red Onion Saloon

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Red Onion Saloon

redonion1898.com

A visit to Skagway would not be complete without a stop at the Historic Red Onion Saloon. Located on the corner of 2nd & Broadway, the Red Onion is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Built in 1897, the Red Onion Saloon operated as one the finest ...
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Category:Alaska
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Telephone907-983-2414
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The Bird Cage Theatre

tombstonebirdcage.com

The Bird Cage Theatre is Tombstone's most authentic attraction and one of the west's most famous landmarks. Legend has it that 26 people were killed in The Bird Cage during it reputed eight years as one of the wildest and meanest places in Tombstone, ...
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Category:Arizona
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Telephone520-457-3421
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Old Arsenal Tower Building

www.arkmilitaryheritage.com

The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas History was once designated as the Little Rock Arsenal way back in 1836. People have reported hearing anything from disembodied voices to music coming from various places inside the building. Others have reported seeing b ...
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Category:Arkansas
Telephone501-376-4602
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The Queen Mary

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The Queen Mary

www.queenmary.com

RMS Queen Mary is a retired ocean liner that sailed primarily in the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967 for the Cunard Line (known as Cunard-White Star when the vessel entered service). Built by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland, Queen M ...
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Category:California
Telephone562-499-1623
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Montclair Recreation and Community Center

www.hauntin.gs/Montclair-Recreation-Center-Montclair-Communi...

The Molkerei was created by Walter Von Richthofen in 1898 in Montclair, Colorado to care for tuberculosis patients. Patients admitted to the Molkerei were promised to be cured by drinking the fresh milk, inhaling the barnyard effluvium, and lying in the s ...
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Category:Colorado
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Fairfield Hills State Hospital

fairfieldstatehospital.com

Opened in 1933, Fairfield State Hospital was built with the purpose of alleviating the overpopulation of the existing two Connecticut state hospitals for the insane, Connecticut and Norwich State as well as serving patients in the Southwestern area of the ...
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Category:Connecticut
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Cooches Bridge

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Cooches Bridge

www.dessar.org/History/Coocgift.htm

On April 11, 2003, Delaware Governor Ruth Ann Minner hosted a public ceremony to thank Edward W. Cooch and his children for arranging to sell to the state of Delaware the land and development rights for about 200 acres of land on the site of the battle of ...
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Category:Delaware
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St. Augustine Lighthouse

www.staugustinelighthouse.com

Families are invited to embark on a self-guided tour of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum and shipyard playground with a general admission ticket or enhance their experience with a guided tour. Take your chances with the lighthouse spirits on the “All ...
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Category:Florida
Telephone904-829-0745
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Wayne Gordon House

www.juliettegordonlowbirthplace.org/site-history/the-wayne-g...

The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, also known as the Wayne-Gordon House, is owned by the Girl Scouts of the USA, and is a popular historic house museum for the general public Girl Scout national center commonly known as "The Birthplace". The house was bu ...
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Category:Georgia
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Telephone912 233-4501
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King Kamehamaha's Kona Beach Hotel

www.konabeachhotel.com

Our Kona, Hawaii, hotel is on one of the most historic sites in all of Hawaii. King Kamehameha the Great established his royal residence adjacent to the current site of his namesake hotel. During his reign he rebuilt Ahu'ena Heiau, a temple dedicated to L ...
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Category:Hawaii
Telephone808-329-2911
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Egyptian Theatre

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Egyptian Theatre

www.egyptiantheatre.net

The Egyptian Theatre is surrounded by urban legend and Boise history that makes this building a tour of Boise history and a cornerstone of the society scene. It was first opened in 1927. The building was built in the model of the newly discovered King ...
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Category:Idaho
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Telephone208-345-0454
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Clark Street Bridge

www.historicbridges.org/bridges/browser/?bridgebrowser=truss...

This bridge is quite similar to the nearby La Salle Street Bridge. It is somewhat similar to Franklin Street. However, this bridge shares the common trait with La Salle in that the taller ends of the bridges feature more round-shaped ends than Franklin St ...
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Category:Illinois
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Manteno State Hospital

opacity.us/site106_manteno_state_hospital.htm

The facility was authorized in 1927 by the 55th Illinois General Assembly with its first patients arriving in December 1930. In 1954, the patient population peaked at 8,195. In 1983, the facility was authorized for closure by Governor James R. Thompson an ...
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