The Horse You Came In On Saloon

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The Horse You Came In On, established in 1775, was the last place author Edgar Allen Poe was seen before his 1849 death. His ghost has been seen walking down the street toward the saloon, and is known to drink cognac that bartenders leave out for him. Floating orbs of light also have been seen.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1626 Thames St
Baltimore, MD 21231
United States

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GPS:
39.281637, -76.594157
Nearest Towns:
Baltimore, MD (1.1 mi.)
Mount Vernon, MD (1.6 mi.)
Brooklyn Park, MD (3.9 mi.)
Baltimore Highlands, MD (4.0 mi.)
Lansdowne, MD (4.4 mi.)
Dundalk, MD (4.5 mi.)
Rosedale, MD (5.0 mi.)
Pumphrey, MD (5.0 mi.)
Arbutus, MD (6.0 mi.)
Charlestown, MD (6.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.thehorsebaltimore.com/

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