Jefferson, TX is home to one of the most haunted places the state, Alley-McKay House Bed and Breakfast Inn. Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Imagine visiting and staying in one of the most haunted houses in Texas, located in one of the most haunted towns in this Lone Star State? This is what you will experience here! The Alley-McKay House Inn is a bed and breakfast in the Quality Hill district of Jefferson. The inn originally opened in 1851 and has undergone numerous renovations since then, but antiques and the original architecture are throughout the property. All form the perfect scenario for hauntings, and here they are quite quirky. Be aware. You may want to hang on to your drawers when you check in. The ghosts of two house slaves of long ago, Mr. Alfred and Patricia or Aunt Patty, are known for stealing folks’ underwear.
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