Henryville House

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The beautiful hotel that once stood on this spot no longer stands, but it was well known as the area’s haunted house while it sat for years unused. Folks claim at least 9 spirits lived there, including a child, 3 men and 5 women. They were siad to be friendly spirits, not harmful unless provoked. Where they have gone now that the building has been torn down remains a mystery. There also is believed to be a Native American burial ground nearby.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Routes 191 and 715
Henryville, PA
United States

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GPS:
41.094849159656924, -75.24443283688015
County:
Monroe County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Parkside, PA (0.5 mi.)
Tannersville, PA (5.0 mi.)
Mountainhome, PA (5.6 mi.)
Mount Pocono, PA (6.5 mi.)
East Stroudsburg, PA (7.4 mi.)
Arlington Heights, PA (7.4 mi.)
Stroudsburg, PA (7.9 mi.)
Emerald Lakes, PA (9.1 mi.)
Delaware Water Gap, PA (9.6 mi.)
Saw Creek, PA (10.2 mi.)

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  1. I visited this place many times when I was a kid and my best friend and I had a definitive moment in our lives here when we both witnessed paranormal activity here….please email me if you want to hear my story because I don’t want to sound crazy but it involves a female entity…I believe a young woman or girl.

  2. Peter DiGiuseppe  |  

    Went there for family vacations when I was young kid in 1970 and 1971. Didn’t know of any paranormal activity back then but there was a certain stillness and calm at dusk down at the lake with all those aluminum rowboats. I found the grounds to be peaceful and intriguing at night. I remember it to this day.

  3. I went inside Henreyville House when I was a teen . The House was extremely run down and very scary looking. I did not see any thing inside but when I left the house that night a large warm breeze blew threw me taking my breath away completely and I herd a voice say , ” leaving so soon?” I will never forget the way it felt , it was not a bad feeling , it almost was sad .

  4. I live two minutes away from here and one night a bunch of teens from our school we partying there and they left and got into a fatal car accident on 715 so sad the one girls twin sister died..I’ve been and seen a few other bad accidents on this 715 and the reeders 715 as well

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