Coach Stop Inn

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Built in 1804, the Coach Stop Inn was an actual coach stop and is said to be haunted by ghosts from its past. Witnesses say the lights flicker and unexplained children’s voices can be heard. Objects have been moved, and doors will lock on guests after they leave the doors unlocked. The ghost has been nicknamed Abbe, as much of the weird activity occurs in the Abbe Room.

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715 Acadia Highway
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
United States

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44.43276155815232, -68.29947209354941
Hancock County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Trenton, ME (3.5 mi.)
Bar Harbor, ME (5.7 mi.)
Sorrento, ME (6.7 mi.)
Hancock, ME (7.0 mi.)
Sullivan, ME (7.9 mi.)
Ellsworth, ME (9.7 mi.)
Southwest Harbor, ME (10.6 mi.)
Surry, ME (10.9 mi.)
Winter Harbor, ME (11.0 mi.)
Franklin, ME (11.2 mi.)

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