Fort Revere

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Fort Revere, formerly Fort Independence, was renamed to honor patriot Paul Revere. It was used from the American Revolution through World War II and was decommissioned in 1947. A number of eerie experiences have been described by witnesses here, such as unexplained noises and whispers, and shadows that rush by or loom in doorways.

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Geographic Information

Farina Road
Hull, MA
United States

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42.3043155, -70.90396529999998
Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Hull, MA (0.3 mi.)
Hingham, MA (4.4 mi.)
Weymouth, MA (6.0 mi.)
Quincy, MA (6.2 mi.)
Winthrop, MA (6.3 mi.)
Cohasset, MA (6.7 mi.)
Braintree, MA (7.5 mi.)
South Boston, MA (7.7 mi.)
North Scituate, MA (8.4 mi.)
Nahant, MA (8.5 mi.)


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  1. the doors have been taken out long ago & all sounds bounce off the walls in tunnels, rooms much louder….there o window so open air sounds, birds, raccoons ,squirrels, skunks, possums ,coyotes & homeless people all go in the forts….

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