Red Coach Inn

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The Red Coach Inn is known for it’s two ghosts: A Bride, bludgeoned to death in the Victoria Suite in 1925, often seen in the restaurant, early mornings, as well as visiting other Suites. And a 4 year old girl who passed in a barn fire far earlier in the history of the location as an Inn and waystation here in The Falls.

(Submitted by Leena)

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Geographic Information

Address:
2 Buffalo Ave
Niagara Falls, NY
United States

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GPS:
43.0841957, -79.06289149999998
County:
Niagara County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Chippawa, ON (0.7 mi.)
Chippewa, ON (0.7 mi.)
Niagara Falls, NY (0.8 mi.)
Niagara Falls, ON (1.3 mi.)
Stamford, ON (3.9 mi.)
Queenston, ON (5.7 mi.)
Lewiston, NY (6.3 mi.)
Thorold, ON (7.3 mi.)
Grandyle Village, NY (8.1 mi.)
Sanborn, NY (9.7 mi.)

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