Loretta’s Haunted Plantation

The Travel Channel aired a special on the Haunted Plantation in October of 2003. The woman in white is Beula Anderson who, after the death of her newborn son, died twelve days later from grief. Sightings of her crying and wringing her hands have been witnessed at the Plantation Home and Anderson Cemetery.

After moving to Hurricane Mills in 1966, the Lynn Family heard stories of the Plantation Home being haunted. The Lynns, visitors and employees have experienced strange occurrences throughout the years. A woman dressed in white and two Civil War Soldiers have been seen on many occasions. Strange sounds and happenings are commonplace in the home.

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Hours

Museum and Boutique 9am – 5pm
Western Store, Mill Shop, Plantation Shop
9am – 5pm
Snack Shop
 9am – 5pm
Office hours 8:30am – 6pm
Country Store 7:00am – 6pm
Camp Store  Weds - Sun 11am – 7pm
Guided Tours 9:30am, 10:30am, 11:30am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm

Extended hours during special events

Contact Info

Admission Rates

Full tour, $25.00/per person plus tax
Museum Only, $12.50/per person plus tax
Rv Full Hookup, $40/per night plus tax
RV Water/Electric, $35/per night plus tax
Tent, $20/per night plus tax

Call for group tour rates

Loretta Lynn Ranch