Crabby Dick's - Sterling Hotel

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The 1830 building that now houses Crabby Dick’s is believed to be home to something eerie. Witnesses can attest to the haunting, and a paranormal investigation is reported to have backed up the claim.

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30 Clinton St
Delaware City, DE 19706
United States

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39.579687, -75.58808499999998
New Castle County, Delaware
Nearest Towns:
Delaware City, DE (0.1 mi.)
Bear, DE (5.1 mi.)
New Castle, DE (5.8 mi.)
Pennsville, NJ (6.4 mi.)
Salem, NJ (6.5 mi.)
Wilmington Manor, DE (7.4 mi.)
Hancocks Bridge, NJ (8.5 mi.)
Glasgow, DE (8.5 mi.)
Odessa, DE (9.3 mi.)
Newport, DE (9.3 mi.)

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  1. I was a caretaker here before the current owners. I lived on the second floor. I saw energy apparitions and heard keys rattling going up to the penthouse. Many times doors I know we’re closed amd locked from the prior night would stand open the next day. I saw the whisps of energy In the penthouse apartment and the hallways of the third floor

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