Sherman Tavern

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The Sherman Tavern is a historic former tavern built in 1812, which is in the process of being restored by local residents. It was a former stage stop for cattle drovers and American Indians. People restoring the historic building have reported seeing the apparitions of Confederate soldiers, and African American slaves and young children wandering around the building and the surrounding grounds. Shouting voices have been heard, along with strange music, footsteps and doors which open and close by themselves.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
3815 Dixie Highway
Dry Ridge, KY
United States

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GPS:
38.72586382212783, -84.59770202614891
County:
Grant County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Dry Ridge, KY (3.1 mi.)
Crittenden, KY (4.0 mi.)
Williamstown, KY (6.4 mi.)
Verona, KY (7.2 mi.)
Walton, KY (10.4 mi.)
Glencoe, KY (12.2 mi.)
Butler, KY (13.0 mi.)
Patriot, IN (14.6 mi.)
Bromley, KY (14.7 mi.)
Falmouth, KY (14.8 mi.)

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  1. We investigated Sherman Tavern in June 2013. We had some interesting experiences. Some of the more skeptical of the group experienced dizziness in the front room where a little girl was supposedly was raped and murdered. They also experienced the sensation of being touched. In evidence review, we got some interesting EVPs. One of the group we took along with us is an anchor for the local ABC affiliate and she documented her experience on her blog. http://www.wtvq.com/story/d/story/investigating-the-paranormal/26434/ySTimXJgMUS6YGRWiQzYRg

  2. I was there one afternoon as part of a Christmas Historical Tour. I’m a Grant County native. I’m told I am a sensitive. As I walked up the stairs during the beginning remodeling process, a strong and possessive male presence overcame me and a huge black mass shot across the room towards me and stopped me from going to the second floor. It was angry. I knew if I went any farther that it would kick it up a notch. Whoever he is, he wants to be left alone.

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