Fannie Vick Willis Johnson
This house was built sometime between 1902-08 to serve as the home for Fannie Vick Willis Johnson, descendant of Burwell Vick, after whose family Vicksburg was named. The design of the house is credited to George W. Maher, who would later tutor Frank Lloyd Wright, with 36 of the 38 stained glass windows done by Louis J. Millet. It was dubbed "Stained Glass Manor" by Bill and Shirley Smollen in 1995, when they purchased the home and reopened it as a Bed & Breakfast, which it remains today. For more information, please visit their site below.
Two different spirits have been spotted in the vicinity of the home. A woman believed to be the ghost of Fanny Johnson has been spotted in her former bedroom and even out front on the lawn. The ghost of a child has also been spotted up in the attic, though no one is quite sure whom exactly the ghost is. Other guests have reported hearing whispering and loud bangs, as well as electronic devices turning on and off by themselves.