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Spooky stays: America's most haunted hotels

Love Exploring Logo By loveEXPLORING staff of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 51: This grand and impeccably decorated plantation house turned bed and breakfast dates back to 1796 and is marked by dramatic old oak trees shading the grounds, a veranda complete with delicate decorative ironwork and a few centuries’ worth of ghosts. Its dark history and swampy grounds mean there’s plenty of legends that make prime fodder for spooky stories of ghosts lingering around the property.

The Myrtles Plantation, St Francisville, Louisiana

This grand and impeccably decorated plantation house turned bed and breakfast dates back to 1796 and is marked by dramatic old oak trees shading the grounds, a veranda complete with delicate decorative ironwork and a few centuries’ worth of ghosts. Its dark history and swampy grounds mean there’s plenty of legends that make prime fodder for spooky stories of ghosts lingering around the property.

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