Ryder's On Main

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This bar is to be featured on an upcoming episode of the Discovery Channel series, “American Haunting.” The basement appears to be where a lot of the activity occurs. The “Ghosts of New England Research Society” claims to have captured EVPs and possibly even a spectral image of a woman during an investigation of the premises.

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Geographic Information

Address:
467 W Main St
Meriden, CT 06451
United States

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GPS:
41.540884, -72.81874099999999
County:
New Haven County, Connecticut
Nearest Towns:
Meriden, CT (0.6 mi.)
Cheshire Village, CT (4.9 mi.)
Cheshire, CT (5.1 mi.)
Wallingford, CT (5.8 mi.)
Wallingford Center, CT (6.3 mi.)
Kensington, CT (7.0 mi.)
Durham, CT (8.2 mi.)
New Britain, CT (8.6 mi.)
Prospect, CT (8.7 mi.)
Middletown, CT (8.8 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://rydersmeriden.com/

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