Stone Lion Inn

STONE LION INN
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The story of Stone Lion Inn.

The Stone Lion Inn built in 1907 located in Guthrie, Oklahoma is a grand old Greek Revival Victorian mansion. F.E. Houghton, who was the father of 12 children, thus the reason for such a large mansion, built the mansion.

The Stone Lion Inn has seen many faces, a boarding house in the 1920’s, a funeral home, then a boarding house once again and in 1986 a beautiful renovated inn.

As the story goes, one of Houghton’s children, Augusta at the age of 8 came down with whooping cough. The maid accidentally gave her the wrong medication and she passed away.

Today, many people claim to hear the footsteps of a small child going up and down the staircase.

One boy that lived in the inn always cleaned up his toys after playtime; however, the playroom would be strewn with toys even after his mother put a lock on the closet where his toys were neatly placed.

Augusta not only loves to play with others toys and play on the staircase, but she also likes to pat the face of guests during the sleep, tug at their feet and even take a nap with one or two.

Not only is Augusta still at home in the Stone Lion Inn, but there is also a man. You may catch a glimpse of him in the basement wearing a top hat and a black suit nearby the heating system. You will even smell his cigar even though the new owners do not allow smoking.


Stone Lion Inn

Stone Lion Inn

Stone Lion Inn

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