At this 1754 inn, Revolutionary War soldiers were once garrisoned, and slaves were housed here during the Civil War. Folks say its active history has led to an active spirit “life.” The Adelaide Room is especially haunted with the apparition of a woman in Colonial-era clothing holding hands with two children. The TV also works by itself and the shower curtain has been knocked down. Other reported eerie instances here have been the sound of knocking, the feel of someone caressing their face, and the appearance of strange mists.
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- 109-111 Poquetanuck Rd
Preston, CT 06365
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- 41.48578507176648, -72.03961162855836
- New London County, Connecticut
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