Atlantic Hotel

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The ghost of a young girl riding a tricycle has been seen and heard in the hallways of the hotel. Objects move around by themselves, and lights go on and off when there’s no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
2 North Main Street
Berlin, MD
United States

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GPS:
38.324556920978445, -75.21927997475359
County:
Worcester County, Maryland
Nearest Towns:
Berlin, MD (0.2 mi.)
Ocean Pines, MD (6.0 mi.)
West Ocean City, MD (6.1 mi.)
Newark, MD (6.4 mi.)
Whaleyville, MD (6.7 mi.)
Ocean City, MD (7.3 mi.)
Bishopville, MD (8.3 mi.)
Willards, MD (8.4 mi.)
Powellville, MD (8.5 mi.)
Selbyville, DE (9.4 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.atlantichotel.com/

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