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Ferris Mansion Bed and Breakfast

Rawlins, Wyoming
By Lisa

This lovely Queen Anne style Victorian mansion has had a few ghostly encounters, which began after the death of Cecil Ferris during the early 1900s.  Cecil was the son of George and Julia Ferris, who began constructing the mansion in 1901, and was killed by a fatal gunshot fired from his brother who was playing with their father’s gun.

Many families have lived in the mansion throughout the years before it became a bed and breakfast in 1986.  Owners and guests have reported seeing the apparition of whom they believe to be Cecil and a lady adorned in white who frequently roams the kitchen area–which many believe to be Julia Ferris.  Other mysterious happenings reported include the sounds of footsteps, whispering and banging noises.

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