A failure to fully honor a brave soldier buried here caused a restless spirit…
King George Inn
Aaron Burr House
Black Bass Hotel
Once a Civil War Hospital, some of the soldiers who died here as well as their nurses still go about their business, and sometime entertain themselves as well at the expense of the living.
Approving the restorations, spirits are friendly presences supporting the living.
A spirit will let the living know that they are there in a startling way…
A former spirit of a spectral owner has claimed the back bedroom.
Two Revolutionary War spirits; one honored, one disgraced, still haunt this place!
Two wayward bad ones were executed here and buried on the property. Their graves were disturbed…
The entity of Jennie Wade is still baking!
Several spirits from past eras find peace after their brutal deaths.
My death was awful, a big disappointment to me.
So, let’s have a little fun and find ways to amuse ourselves.
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!
Spirits annoyed students and unnerved adults during its high school years.
A kind, helpful spirit has been a positive presence in existing businesses here… This spirit is waiting for a loved one to return.
A former owner made himself known soon after he died. The basement was an uncomfortable place for people…
The friendly spirit of Issac Mishler is front and center in his beloved theatre, with a strong interest in what is going on.
A can-do male spirit works on graduating.
Ignoring what was agreed upon concerning a donor’s wishes caused paranormal activity.
Past Confederate POWs or inmates now love this marvelous place; they find peace and enjoyment.