Built-in 1876, just 3 years after the town of Fowler was established, the old Benton County jail is home to years of history. The jail housed numerous inmates through 1997. … Many people believe Nelling now haunts the jail ever since the day he was lynched.
The Benton County Jail is a historic county jail building at 212 North Main Street in Bentonville Arkansas, United States. It is a two-story brick Classical Revival building, designed by A. O. Clark and completed in 1911. It has pronounced limestone corner quoining, and its main entrance is flanked by Ionic columns and topped by a gabled pediment.
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