Bellevue - The Longfellow Place - Real Pascagoula Haunted Place
Bellevue, also known as The Longfellow Place is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and it faces the Gulf of Mexico. It is also reportedly haunted. It was once the home to a slave trader and is said to be haunted by the slaves who were abused and murdered here. Stories say that the mistress of the house was cruel to the slaves and would often beat them to near death, and more than a few would later succumb to their wounds. Reports here include slamming doors, items being thrown, among some other eerie happenings.
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