New Bern, North Carolina21.2 miles from Pamlico County, NC
Established in the early part of the 1800's it is one of the last remaining original buildings in the town. People claim that a woman in period dress glides through the dining room and through walls of the restaurant located in this Inn. Some people also say that ...
New Bern, North Carolina21.4 miles from Pamlico County, NC
Originally built in 1790, the Attmore-Oliver House is reported to be haunted by poltergeists, possibly stemming from the last private owner or from deaths during a long-ago smallpox epidemic. The large historic home, normally used for Society functions, is open for tours by appointment.
New Bern, North Carolina21.6 miles from Pamlico County, NC
Though no longer currently operating as an inn, this old brick home was said to have had two haunted rooms. The owners received multiple reports from guests of various "odd occurrences" that happened during different stays.
Beaufort, North Carolina29.8 miles from Pamlico County, NC
According to "Haunted Inns of the Southeast," guests and staff regularly hear "giggling and footsteps" in the upper floor of the house, when no one else is around. (Seems only to be expected at an inn that sells a trademarked line of spice products called "Satan's Breath"!)
Beaufort, North Carolina30 miles from Pamlico County, NC
Built by Capt. Sabiston in the 1850s, it is believed he still haunts the place to this day. The Elizabeth Inn is unfortunately now closed.
Pollocksville, North Carolina31.6 miles from Pamlico County, NC
Foscue Plantation House was constructed in 1824 and is said to be haunted by the ghosts of slaves from the 1800s. According to reports, slaves were chained in the attic and their cries and moans are said to ring out at night. A legend about the staircase says that slaves' ...
Creswell, North Carolina46.5 miles from Pamlico County, NC
The Somerset Plantation house and its grounds are believed to be haunted by the former lady of the house, who screams and cries. Folks in the know say she is mourning the death of her son, who drowned in an irrigation canal.
Tarboro, North Carolina70.6 miles from Pamlico County, NC
In a Revolutionary War tale, a miller and patriot was drowned in the river by a group of British soldiers. Before he died, he threatened that if they killed him, they would be haunted by a banshee. According to the tale, the banshee appeared, killed the soldiers, and avenged the ...
Manteo, North Carolina76.4 miles from Pamlico County, NC
Fort Raleigh National Historic Site is known for its Roanoke Colony, the first English settlement in what is now the U.S., established in the 1580s. Roanoke is thought to have run out of supplies and failed sometime around 1590, and by the time ships arrived with supplies, the colony had ...
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