Elk Forge Bed and Breakfast

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The 1700s building was once part of a mill where British soldiers came and demanded flour during the Revolutionary War. The miller put ground glass in the flour, but the soldiers caught him and hanged him for treason. The miller’s apparition, voice, and footsteps have been detected by witnesses.

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Geographic Information

Address:
807 Elk Mills Rd
Elkton, MD 21921
United States

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GPS:
39.65787477778871, -75.82343098280336
County:
Cecil County, Maryland
Nearest Towns:
Elkton, MD (3.6 mi.)
Newark, DE (4.3 mi.)
Brookside, DE (5.2 mi.)
Glasgow, DE (5.5 mi.)
North East, MD (7.4 mi.)
Pike Creek, DE (8.1 mi.)
Pike Creek Valley, DE (8.6 mi.)
Chesapeake City, MD (8.8 mi.)
Bear, DE (9.0 mi.)
North Star, DE (9.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.elkforge.com/

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