Erected in 1788 and originally a stagecoach stop, the historic inn was believed to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. A male and a female ghost are said to reside here, and the female is said to be constantly brushing her hair.
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- 399 Depot St
Proctorsville, VT 05153
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- 43.37777699999999, -72.634727
- Windsor County, Vermont
- Nearest Towns:
- Proctorsville, VT (0.4 mi.)
Cavendish, VT (1.4 mi.)
Ludlow, VT (3.5 mi.)
Perkinsville, VT (6.1 mi.)
North Springfield, VT (6.3 mi.)
Chester, VT (8.2 mi.)
Springfield, VT (9.4 mi.)
Ascutney, VT (11.6 mi.)
Charlestown, NH (14.3 mi.)
Windsor, VT (14.4 mi.)
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