Bechtel Mansion Inn

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This inn, housed in a 1897 building, has been visited by strange noises, residual smells, and a ghost named Flossie who is said to have died in the house in the 1920s. She has been seen on the turret’s balcony. She also may be the one who makes objects mysteriously disappear inside the mansion.

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400 W King St
East Berlin, PA 17316
United States

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39.93906070475281, -76.98336599140168
Adams County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
East Berlin, PA (0.3 mi.)
Abbottstown, PA (3.6 mi.)
Hampton, PA (4.0 mi.)
Lake Meade, PA (4.3 mi.)
New Oxford, PA (6.5 mi.)
Spring Grove, PA (7.7 mi.)
Wellsville, PA (8.2 mi.)
Dover, PA (8.3 mi.)
York Springs, PA (8.5 mi.)
Heidlersburg, PA (8.6 mi.)

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