Eagle Hotel

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At this 1826 former hotel building, a restuarant called Sugar ‘n Spice occupies the first floor and the second and third floors are a history museum. Mysterious sounds have been reported here, such as voices calling your name when no one is there, and a baby crying. Items are moved when no one is at home, floor mats are turned upside down, and gusts of cold air may rush past you.

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Geographic Information

Address:
32 High Street
Waterford, Pennsylvania
United States
GPS:
41.939971, -79.98356100000001
County:
Erie County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Waterford, PA (0.2 mi.)
Mill Village, PA (4.4 mi.)
Union City, PA (7.6 mi.)
Edinboro, PA (8.9 mi.)
Middleboro, PA (9.1 mi.)
Wattsburg, PA (9.9 mi.)
Cambridge Springs, PA (10.1 mi.)
Canadohta Lake, PA (11.6 mi.)
Lincolnville, PA (12.6 mi.)
Elgin, PA (12.6 mi.)

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  1. i have been to this place several times and every time i go there i hear a baby in the upstairs that cries the hole time i am there and you can hear footsteps walking all around the last time i was there i say a women walking up the stairs and u could see right through here and she looked very sad and my husband said while he was in there rest room a elderly man asked him if he had seen his wife but he said the man was almost see through and had a very old looking outfit on he said maybe the late 1800s but when we asked about it we were told there was never an elderly man there so idk i believe with every fiber of my being that it is haunted

    • Stephanie Wincik  |  

      I’m working on a book entitled “Ghosts of Waterford” and would be very interested in speaking with anyone who has had an experience at the Eagle Hotel. Thanks!

        • I will be turning 13 years old soon and for my birthday party I want to stay at a haunted hotel over night. Is this place really haunted?? I am absolutely terrified of ghost.

  2. I use to live there and it is most defiantly haunted!! As a child I would talk to the maid that tried to burn the building down. She was always moving stuff and turning on and off lights. There is also a man that would whistle at the waitresses when it was busy.

  3. I know the lady in charge of the Hotel, and it is built directly in the middle of what once was Fort LeBeouf, a French and Indian war Era Fort that was eradicated by George Washington. (He also eradicated the Native American population immediately surrounding the fort that were French allies..)

  4. My Husband and I had dinner there was evening 2 years ago. We were talking when his glass moved across the table. I had my knife on the plate and it would not stay there. After the third time it had fallen I left it on the table.

  5. I haven’t been there recently but when we were there, me and my sister brought a few friends. We all got chocolate milk because that’s our favorite drink form there. Well one of the cups on the table moved across the table and the table was not wet or anything. We asked the waiter and she told us all about the history there. E

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