Blackberry River Inn - Moseley House-Farm

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At this 1763 colonial mansion, now a bed-and-breakfast inn, a ghostly White Lady is known to walk through the second floor of the main building and out to the empty house in the back.

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538 Greenwoods Rd W
Norfolk, CT 06058
United States

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42.006211, -73.24058869999999
Litchfield County, Connecticut
Nearest Towns:
Norfolk, CT (2.2 mi.)
Canaan, CT (4.8 mi.)
Falls Village, CT (7.2 mi.)
New Marlborough, MA (8.1 mi.)
Sandisfield, MA (8.9 mi.)
Winchester Center, CT (9.1 mi.)
Sheffield, MA (9.3 mi.)
Lakeville, CT (10.6 mi.)
Winsted, CT (11.0 mi.)
Monterey, MA (12.0 mi.)

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  1. I worked for a gentlemen in Norlfork in the 90s who’s house was and possibly still is. His name was Smith Robertson the brother of known Pinky Bazzano. The house is located across from the fountain at the beginning of the park. It sets behind the first house on the road. Its is a dark presents and I have had many things happen to me in those 2 yrs. To this day I make it a point not to go anywhere near that house.

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