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Monmouth Plantation

Natchez, Mississippi
By Lisa

General John A. Quitman’s entity resides in this home, which is now an inn.  After buying the place in 1826, it would be in his family for about 100 years.  He died in 1858 from an apparent illness due to poisoning years before.

General Quitman’s spirit watches over the mansion today as he “checks-up” on guests.  His apparition has been seen inspecting the inn and he’s been spotted in Room 30.

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DeathMtlBarbie says:

October 23, 2015, 4:52 pm

This is an amazing story of History I would like to stay in this in room 30.

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