Idaho July 10, 2019
This 112-Year-Old Bed And Breakfast Is One Of The Most Haunted Places In Idaho… And You Can Spend The Night
Idaho is full of haunted destinations that are worth visiting in the daytime, but would you consider spending the night at one? You can do just that when you plan an overnight adventure at this haunted bed and breakfast. At over 100 years old, there is a TON of history just waiting to be uncovered here. However, history isn’t all you’ll come across! This historic inn is loaded with ghost stories, and hearing about them may just have you sleeping with one eye open. Do you think you can handle it?
The fact that the entire town of Wallace is included on the National Historic Register is a testament to the amazing history you'll find in this North Idaho town. If you spend the night at the Historic Jameson, you may just uncover some ghost stories as well!
Originally built in 1907 by a man named Theodore Jameson, the Historic Jameson still welcomes overnight guests to this very day. The structure is both a hotel and a restaurant, and it may just be the creepiest place to sleep in town.
Each room looks like it is straight out of the early 1900s. You may just forget what century you're in from the moment you step inside. However, its historic charm isn't the only thing the Jameson has become known for.
There are plenty of creepy legends surrounding the old bed and breakfast, but the most famous regard a ghost named Maggie. It's believed that Maggie was a frequent guest at the hotel when it first opened. Legend has it that her beloved left her and she spent her final days at the Jameson waiting for him to come back.
Guests have witnessed Maggie's presence in a variety of ways. Objects have moved without explanation, sinks have turned on by themselves, and doors will randomly lock and unlock. Some people have even claimed that they've seen her reflection.
In fact, guests can stay in the exact room that Maggie occupied all those years ago. For just $90 a night, you can take a chance on seeing her for yourself!
Whether you see Maggie or not, your stay at the Historic Jameson is bound to be a memorable one. Just keep in mind what you may be in for when you spend the night at this haunted bed and breakfast!
Learn more about the Historic Jameson at their website
. Address: 304 6th St, Wallace, ID 83873
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