The Sturgis House is a quaint, Victorian B&B that once served as a mortuary for the residents of East Liverpool, Ohio, and now honors its most famous corpse, Pretty Boy Floyd, with a mortuary museum located in the basement laundry room.
Guests at the Sturgis House can fold n fluff while staring at the lifeless face of the famous gangster, who was gunned down in 1934 and embalmed in the old house.
Hotel manager Susan Anderson says, The embalmer made a mask of Pretty Boy Floyds face out of slip and now we have it hanging above the dryer. Its a little creepy.
The museum also displays embalming tools, a neck brace used to prop up Floyds head, and numerous pictures of the gangster.
But Pretty Boys ghost wont be stopping by to check out the museum.
Anderson says, There are no hauntings here, and we dont allow seances. Hes fine where hes at.
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