John Dickinson Plantation is said to be haunted by John Dickinson himself, also known as the “penman of the Revolutionary War.” The sound of a quill pen writing on parchment has been recorded in his den and his bed mysteriously becomes rumpled in the afternoons, as if he has taken a nap.
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- 340 Kitts Hummock Rd
Dover, DE 19901
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- 39.10407319999999, -75.4478411
- Kent County, Delaware
- Nearest Towns:
- Dover Base Housing, DE (2.1 mi.)
Magnolia, DE (2.7 mi.)
Rising Sun-Lebanon, DE (3.1 mi.)
Bowers Beach, DE (3.9 mi.)
Highland Acres, DE (4.1 mi.)
Little Creek, DE (4.4 mi.)
Kent Acres, DE (4.6 mi.)
Rodney Village, DE (4.9 mi.)
Camden, DE (5.1 mi.)
Woodside East, DE (5.4 mi.)
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