This onetime inn and tavern on the National Register of Historic Places is said to be haunted by several entities. In the 1704 building, named for General “Mad” Anthony Wayne who once stayed here, folks have seen the spirits of a Hessian soldier, a British officer looking for a locket, and of literary great Edgar Allan Poe, who frequently stayed there as well. Also reported have been poltergeist activity and screams. The place has been featured on TV’s Unsolved Mysteries and Haunted History. Reports say that the building is no longer an inn, but a synagogue and Jewish activity center.
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- 625 Montgomery Ave
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- 40.009264, -75.25346000000002
- Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
- Nearest Towns:
- Narberth, PA (0.4 mi.)
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Millbourne, PA (3.2 mi.)
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