Old Jail Bed and Breakfast - Real Haunts in Taylors Falls MN
- 349 W. Government St.
- Taylors Falls, MN
- (651) 465-3112
This building is supposedly the oldest in Minnesota and the northern building once operated as a funeral home in the 1800s. The location is now an inn and a ton of paranormal activity has been reported here. During the Prohibition Era, when the funeral home was a haberdashery with a back room that opened into a tunnel that led to a bootleggers' spot. The tunnel still exists to this day and haunts have been reported on the grounds, including a boy who likes to appear on the second and third floors, and a woman's apparition that shows up on the third floor.
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Very eerie nightmare early morning!
Dreamt that I woke up to many voices coming from tunnel, when they became overpowering I tried to wake up my friend to ask if she was hearing what I was hearing,but in this dream she wasn't responding.then there were actually people in the room all around me and I ended up on the floor caught up in the bedding, I tried to get out of the room but I kept getting stopped by a man dressed like a gambler.woke up shaking violently and my heart was racing.It was so surreal that I honestly don't know if I just had a crazy dream,or did these people from the past really get in my head like that? Very eerie nightmare, I can not discount what people say they experience ever again after this morning.Posted 6/18/17
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