1833 Umpleby House

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Mill runners Colonel Buckley and Mr. Black are said to haunt this inn. Look for the light from the Colonel’s lantern bobbing through the halls.

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117 West Bridge Street
New Hope PA
United States

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40.3640882, -74.95675749999998
Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
New Hope, PA (0.3 mi.)
Lambertville, NJ (0.7 mi.)
Stockton, NJ (3.2 mi.)
Newtown Grant, PA (7.2 mi.)
Pennington, NJ (9.1 mi.)
Newtown, PA (9.4 mi.)
Tinicum, PA (9.8 mi.)
Doylestown, PA (9.9 mi.)
Yardley, PA (10.1 mi.)
Plumsteadville, PA (10.1 mi.)

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  1. My wife and I shared a room here on the second floor, back in 2000. I can testify on a bible, that it is haunted. Between the loud unexplained noises as well as invisible hands touching you, there not a shadow of doubt on my belief there are dead things roaming around here.

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