Haunted houses or folklore?
That's the question asked by The Fergus Falls (Minn.) Daily Journal:
If you've ever spent a weekend tucked inside one of the historic dining cars at the Whistle Stop Inn Bed and Breakfast in New York Mills, you might have been unknowingly dining with an uninvited guest. Visitors to the bed and breakfast in years past occasionally reported hearing odd noises during their stay, or mysterious footsteps. One woman even claimed to smell an unexpected whiff of cologne while relaxing in her whirlpool. Perhaps these tales are nothing more than coincidences. Maybe they are stories that were twisted and exaggerated over time. But maybe there is something to them. Maybe the Whistle Stop Inn is haunted.