A lonesome female spirit seeks company in startling ways.
King George Inn
The Easton Library
Aaron Burr House
Black Bass Hotel
Several spirits from past eras find peace after their brutal deaths.
Ignoring what was agreed upon concerning a donor’s wishes caused paranormal activity.
This place is one of the most active spectral hot spots in Pennsylvania!
Some protective spectral guests watch strangers closely…
The intelligent spirit or residual energy of one very busy woman has been experienced.
A can-do male spirit works on graduating.
There are restless spirits around and inside this beautiful library!
A spectral theatre manager became its guardian: with patience and perseverance. During renovations, this spirit again went all out to encourage.
Home to spectral Confederate soldiers killed in a firestorm. Can be cheeky, be entertainers, and do bed visits for giggles!
A failure to fully honor a brave soldier buried here caused a restless spirit…
The entity of Jennie Wade is still baking!
The Arts Center is home to chuckle-seeking spirits who seek attention.
Black Bass Hotel is still important to a pistol-packing owner still on the job!
This B & B’s namesake feels at home and doesn’t mind being noticed.
Spirits and residual energy are active from the Revolutionary War. Several characters enjoy their after life here; trying to forget their violent demise. An infamous spirit still shows up for his meal and beer!
The New Hope Preservation Society who restored this home museum have gentile, grateful spectral entities who visit to enjoy.
The Inn at Phillips Mill has a spectral “Lady of the House”, who is still a clothes horse. She makes indirect contact with the living.