Queen Isabel Inn - Real Port Isabel Haunt
This inn dates back to 1906 and was originally called Point Isabel Tarpon & Fishing Club. It has been visited by President-Elect Warren G. Harding in 1920 and is rumored to be haunted. The inn receives a remodel after damage from a hurricane in 1933 and 1967, but the inn remains the area's oldest hotel and business. Strange reports here include disembodied footsteps that have been heard coming from the lobby while no one is in there.
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