Brick Hotel On The Circle

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This former nineteenth century hotel was formerly a public house, and was associated with a rough crowd in the old days. The building has a lot of history, which includes a fair amount of ghostly activity. Reports indicate that orbs appear in photographs, doors are unlocked and opened by unseen hands and that paintings move around rooms of their own accord at night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

18 The Circle
Georgetown, DE
United States

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38.6895001, -75.38625869999998
Sussex County, Delaware
Nearest Towns:
Georgetown, DE (0.1 mi.)
Milton, DE (7.3 mi.)
Ellendale, DE (8.4 mi.)
Millsboro, DE (8.5 mi.)
Dagsboro, DE (12.3 mi.)
Bridgeville, DE (12.3 mi.)
Seaford, DE (12.6 mi.)
Blades, DE (12.6 mi.)
Laurel, DE (13.6 mi.)
Long Neck, DE (13.6 mi.)


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