Magnolia Manor Bed & Breakfast Bolivar, TN

by Gregg Rivers
(Bolivar, Tennessee)

Magnolia Manor Bolivar, TN

Magnolia Manor Bolivar, TN

Magnolia Manor Bolivar, TN
Magnolia Manor Bolivar, TN & owner Elaine Cox
Magnolia Manor Bolivar, TN annual Ghost Tour
Haunted Magnolia Manor Bolivar, TN

As the son of the owner of Magnolia Manor I would expect you to find any opinion I have on the home bias or just not factual. I too am a skeptic and so I'm OK that some people have for drawn conclusions. My challenge to you is to simply Google "Magnolia Manor Bolivar" and check out what's already on the web. Most of the posts are from paranormal teams that have actually investigated the manor. There is one team in Memphis that are banned from the property for being trouble makers and they have also decided it's not haunted... even though they've never investigated the house... No shortage of kooks out there for sure! I only ask that you investigate for yourselves. If you agree with all the other paranormal teams from all over the country that have already investigated the house then please, add us to your listing. If you don't believe, Thank you for your consideration! We have a website that has a few links to posts about the manor at

I've done some Google searching of my own and you'll find links I discovered while doing the same search I mentioned above. Be sure to search YouTube as well. There are several videos about the manor. I posted the ones from "Louderdb". Be sure to keep that in mind. The others are from guests...
Magnolia Manor Bed & Breakfast has been investigated almost continually by both amateur and professional paranormal groups for over 10 years now.
See our website at for the history of the Miller Family that built the house. One of whom was the Tennessee Secretary of State from 1889 to 1893! We believe they're STILL HERE!

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Jan 05, 2014
definitely haunted NEW
by: sandra johns

My husband Don and I were there in November, 2013. There plenty of ghosts. Being related to General Grant, I was hoping to come into contact with him. I was not disappointed. When I took a picture of the four generals, General John A. Logan's painting was missing. When I decided to take an EVP, I discovered that a union private didn't want to be discovered and sent home. I got some excellent evps with Grant. I also had some conversations with him that I did not record. I had some contact with the woman whose brush, comb, and mirror on the dresser in Grant's room. We enjoyed our stay and hope to return soon.

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