Monday, May 23, 2011

Blume Haven Inn, Fayetteville

The Blume Haven Inn is located in Fayetteville and has been owned by Karen Campbell for at least ten years.  This bed and breakfast was the former of Dr. M. Malcolm and his son.  Dr. Malcolm died in the home in 1919 from esophageal cancer.  He breathed his last breath in Room 7 of the inn.

In 1932, Malcolm's son also passed away in the home.  He died in the home's basement of tuberculosis.
Dr. Malcolm is said to be the resident ghost.  He is blamed for stealing items from guests and staff, and hiding them under the bed in Room 7.  Karen Campbell has also heard a man singing Rock of Ages, and has heard the rapping of a cane throughout the house.

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