Inn At Merridun

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The Inn at Merridun is haunted by friendly ghosts, former residents T.C. and Fannie Duncan, who leave pennies as housewarming gifts. Their rose-scented perfume and cigar smoke can be detected when the ghosts are around. Another haunt in residence is Mary Anne Wallace, sister of a former owner, whose apparition has been seen by many. A white ghost dog lives here too. Some guests have felt a touch while sleeping or have awoken to lengthy piano or harpsichord serenades. There is no piano or harpsichord on the premises.

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Geographic Information

Address:
100 Merridun Pl
Union, SC 29379
United States

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GPS:
34.71987326237083, -81.62763898783567
County:
Union County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Union, SC (0.4 mi.)
Monarch Mill, SC (2.4 mi.)
Buffalo, SC (3.2 mi.)
Jonesville, SC (8.6 mi.)
Lockhart, SC (10.5 mi.)
Carlisle, SC (12.8 mi.)
Cross Anchor, SC (14.1 mi.)
Pacolet, SC (14.5 mi.)
Whitmire, SC (15.0 mi.)
Central Pacolet, SC (15.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.merridun.com/

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  1. not haunted. i have stayed here many times. i know the inn keeper personally, in the early days, Jim and Peggy denied there was any haunting activity at all. i certainly never experienced anything. the stories of hauntings didn’t develop until people stopped coming to stay at the tattered and worn down old house.

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