Black Horse Inn

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At this mid-1700s inn building, said to have been used as a rest stop by George Washington and his men en route to Valley Forge, folks say the spirit set is hopping. Sudden cold temperatures, footsteps, and unexplained voices abound, and photographs taken of the inside have picked up orbs, a male apparition, and another ghost of a young girl.

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Geographic Information

1432 Bethlehem Pike
Flourtown, Pennsylvania
United States

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40.1037058, -75.21288870000001
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Flourtown, PA (0.0 mi.)
Wyndmoor, PA (2.0 mi.)
Oreland, PA (2.1 mi.)
Fort Washington, PA (2.6 mi.)
Glenside, PA (3.2 mi.)
Plymouth Meeting, PA (3.2 mi.)
Wyncote, PA (3.4 mi.)
Dresher, PA (3.5 mi.)
Ambler, PA (3.5 mi.)
Blue Bell, PA (4.4 mi.)


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  1. 1907 And 1906 in w skippike bluebell PA are the haunted bungalows ever. When ever a family comes there- with in 1 year they leave the place. The two bungalows are had many families from 2010 till now, none have stayed there permanently.

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