The Linck Inn

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This historic building was built in 1836, and has served as both a general store and as a hotel, as it was a popular stopover point for stagecoach and canal travellers. The hotel is no longer in operation, but is believed to still have three ghostly tenants who stayed on. The first is a female prostitute, who is believed to have hanged herself in an upstairs room when the hotel was formerly a bordello. Guests and staff claim to have seen a woman hanging by a noose from a rafter, but when they seek help, she suddenly vanishes. The second spirit has been nicknamed Levi by staff after the original owner, and this male apparition appears to have a taste for alcohol. Patrons here have to watch their drinks, as the spook has been known to drain entire schooners in a single gulp. The third apparition is known as the Lilac Lady, who has been drifting through an upstairs hallway. Staff and guests say she leaves behind a pleasant floral aroma wherever she goes throughout the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

River Road and East Wayne Street
Maumee, OH
United States

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41.564264, -83.64580910000001
Lucas County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Maumee, OH (0.4 mi.)
Perrysburg, OH (1.1 mi.)
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Walbridge, OH (8.1 mi.)
Stony Ridge, OH (8.1 mi.)
Toledo, OH (8.3 mi.)


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