Bucksville House Bed and Breakfast

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The Bucksville House Bed and Breakfast, housed in a 1795 building, is said to be haunted by several ghosts. Apparitions have been seen of a tall man in a black hat, a woman in white, and a young boy who likes to play pranks. Photos taken here have shown strange streaks of light and a face in the fireplace.

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4501 Durham Rd
Kintnersville, PA 18930
United States

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40.5162314, -75.19735359999999
Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Riegelsville, PA (5.4 mi.)
Bedminster, PA (6.3 mi.)
Milford, NJ (6.5 mi.)
Finesville, NJ (6.5 mi.)
Tinicum, PA (6.6 mi.)
Frenchtown, NJ (7.2 mi.)
Richlandtown, PA (7.2 mi.)
Raubsville, PA (8.3 mi.)
Hellertown, PA (8.7 mi.)
Quakertown, PA (9.2 mi.)

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  1. Lawrence Strohmeyer  |  

    I stayed on the first floor in a one story extension when, I believe, it was recently made available to guests in the mid 1990s. I awoke in the middle of the night to a translucent image of a life size native American woman who floated slowly across the room, perpendicular to the foot of the bed. She passed through the wall into the main part of the old building.

    When I awoke and saw the image, I assumed it was most likely a hypnopompic hallucination, though I was not experiencing any sleep paralysis and was able to perform a basic assessment of full wakefulness. (I am a retired psychiatrist who also practiced sleep medicine.)

    I returned to sleep, and examined the area where the image seemed to pass into in the morning. It turned out that inside the bathroom, which was entirely within the main building, there was the unfinished side of a walled up archway, visible from inside the bathroom only, and at the spot where the image seemed to pass through.

    My girlfriend slept through the “sighting,” but was rather amazed about the story when we awoke together, but was really astonished when I told her that I was going to check out the bathroom interior, just for fun, and found the walled up archway!

    By the way, the native American woman’s garb, which included a long buckskin-esque skirt or dress and a dark blanket covering her upper body turned out to be consistent with garb worn by local Lenape woman from the period of expulsion in the eighteenth century.

    Furthermore, I also learned several years after this event that the main road that the Inn is on was already an old trail used by indigenous peoples before the Europeans showed up. Also, some lore exists about a lone Lenape man who had remained in the area of the Inn, I believe into the early eighteen hundreds, long after the expulsion of the local tribes at the hands of the Penn family “Walking Purchase.”

    Pretty interesting stuff. It could really use a more thorough going over by a professional historian and an interview of the owners, and verification of the archway business.

    I have no fully logical explanation for what I experienced that night other than a hypnopompic hallucination and a coincidental finding of the walled up arch/doorway. Still, the other stuff that I dug up online, when online finally became a useful thing, deepens the historical context, and the mystery.

    Pretty cool!

    Lawrence Strohmeyer

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