Woodstock Opera House
The Ole Saint Andrews Inn
O’Henry’s Roadhouse Building
Legislators from the past are still working for the people.
Lincoln’s remains were moved and disturbed quite a few times which may have contributed to his restlessness..
A well-known bank robber found peace inside before meeting his end.
Apparently, the friendly helpful party animals of the past still enjoy good times!
A variety of spirits love the bar area; they find creative ways to make their own entertainment!
A dastardly Salt Refinery owner went into the slave breeding business on the side… His attic is one of the scariest places in America!
Spirits of Thespians who still want to perform have made this place their home.
The original architect who died prematurely is spending his after-life here.
Spirits who reside here were organized crime victims; some dying in savage ways.
Some have died here, some killed themselves, another’s guilt about a suicide may be keeping her here, and others were really attached to the hotel.
An in-house actress is an enthusiastic patron and sometimes critic with high standards.
For a variety of reasons, this place has many spectral characters of different personalities.
A spectral, frisky owner tries to help while continuing to enjoy his pleasures!