Bowman House - Laurel Hall

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The apparition of a women, believed to be Mrs. Bowman, has been seen here. Also, legend has it that those who stand in a dark stain at the top of the stairs develop and intense feeling of foreboding. Please note: The spirits here don’t stand for misbehaving. It is said that a visiting child who stuck out her tongue at a picture was punished when the picture flew off the wall and struck her. The incident was witnessed by many.

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Geographic Information

3759 Hwy 103
Cuttingsville, VT
United States

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43.4850722, -72.8792621
Rutland County, Vermont
Nearest Towns:
Wallingford, VT (5.0 mi.)
Rutland, VT (9.9 mi.)
Ludlow, VT (10.9 mi.)
West Rutland, VT (11.2 mi.)
Proctorsville, VT (14.0 mi.)
Cavendish, VT (15.4 mi.)
Wells, VT (17.0 mi.)
Pittsford, VT (17.0 mi.)
Castleton, VT (17.4 mi.)
Poultney, VT (18.0 mi.)


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  1. When I was a child I visited this place with my mom and aunt. While inside the house, there was a statue of a baby and I reached up and held its hand. I remember feeling like the arm was moving up and down. I can still picture it very vividly and even still remember how it felt and how scared I got! I have always hung on to this memory and wish I could visit again and see this statue.

    Is this place still open for visitation?

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