Hoof-Fin-Feathers - Carriage Inn and Saloon

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Formerly Hoof Fin Feathers, the place will reopen in 2014 as The Carriage Inn and Saloon. Featured on TV’s Ghost Hunters, the establishment is saidi to be haunted by a number of apparitions, including those of a little girl with burn scars, several brothel women, and a small boy who implores witnesses to listen to him. Cold spots, slaps on the derriere, footsteps, and the sound of a child’s voice also have been detected by witnesses and paranormal researchers.

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1065 Tower Hill Rd‎
North Kingstown, RI 02852
United States

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41.547398, -71.46880599999997
Washington County, Rhode Island
Nearest Towns:
North Kingstown, RI (0.2 mi.)
Exeter, RI (4.1 mi.)
Kingston, RI (5.4 mi.)
Jamestown, RI (6.3 mi.)
Wakefield-Peacedale, RI (7.2 mi.)
East Greenwich, RI (7.8 mi.)
Narragansett Pier, RI (8.0 mi.)
Newport, RI (9.0 mi.)
Middletown, RI (9.2 mi.)
Newport East, RI (9.6 mi.)

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