The 1839 inn is thought to be haunted by a ghost of a Confederate soldier with a long beard, nicknamed The Colonel. He is a friendly and playful ghost, known to close doors behind people, make the birdbath water bubbly and frothy, and walk around with audible footsteps. His apparition has been seen from the waist up.
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- 9032 U.S. 60
Glen Ferris, WV 25090
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- 38.15021722874189, -81.21467185263975
- Fayette County, West Virginia
- Nearest Towns:
- Glen Ferris, WV (0.2 mi.)
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