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Loved this hotel with all its antiques. Really enjoyed the ghostly encounters. It made for a fun trip with friends. The town was really fun to explore, especially the General Store. Be sure to take the nightly ghost hunting tour also. So much fun! Jefferson...More
We stayed in room 18 and it was pretty spooky! the front desk lady always told us there was a ghost dog in our room that had died with the family in room 18 during world war. Sometimes at night we would hear this one...More
This establishment appears to be riding on its "haunted house" reputation. We stayed in room #15 this past weekend. The online availability link is worthless, as it shows all rooms available, so after you book, it reveals that this is only a request. Someone at...More
Dont let the title fool you! Cheap is a positive thing - Dirty is a negative thing. I am a Texas native and I have been visiting Jefferson on an annual basis for 18 years. When I visit, I only stay for one night as...More
We stayed at The Jefferson Hotel for the first time during the Outlaws Car Show. We stayed at the Excelsior House on our last visit. Both great hotels and very similar inside. I prefer The Jefferson because of the upstairs balcony. We hung out up...More
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I dont know about the name writing on a mirror but my husband and i stayed in room 4 and i took my personal vouce recorder and did capture a womens voice and although the rooms are not insulated and you csn hear people... More
I dont know about the name writing on a mirror but my husband and i stayed in room 4 and i took my personal vouce recorder and did capture a womens voice and although the rooms are not insulated and you csn hear people coming and going, i could still tell the difference between spirit voice and someone talkibg in the hall. You just know!
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