Jamaica Inn

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A man who was murdered here is thought to still remain by the bar; some people have seen him sitting outside on one of the walls while others have heard his footsteps. Other ghosts, including that of an excecuted smuggler named Jack Travellis, the disembodied conversation of two people speaking a different language, and shadows in the bedrooms and corridors are known to lurk here.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Jamaica Inn
Bolventor, Launceston, Cornwall PL15 7TS, United Kingdom

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50.56225, -4.5668470000000525
Nearest Towns:
Altarnun, UK (3.0 mi.)
Temple, UK (3.8 mi.)
Saint Breward, UK (5.1 mi.)
Saint Clether, UK (5.1 mi.)
Saint Neot, UK (5.5 mi.)
Henwood, UK (5.5 mi.)
Warleggan, UK (5.6 mi.)
Warleggon, UK (5.6 mi.)
Trewen, UK (5.8 mi.)
Michaelstow, UK (5.9 mi.)


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