Green Mountain Lodge

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The 1860’s Green Mountain Lodge, formerly the Clyde River Hotel, is rumoured to be haunted. The third floor appears to be the main source of paranormal activity, due to the fact that many unusual accidents and deaths have occurred up there. The most common apparition is that of a scowling man in a suit (perhaps a former manager), who died after a short illness in an upstairs room. Others spirits include a woman who fell to her death from the cupola, and a ghostly timber sawyer who is heard, but never seen.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

138 Cross Street
Island Pond, VT
United States

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44.8130495, -71.8814721
Essex County, Vermont
Nearest Towns:
Island Pond, VT (0.1 mi.)
West Burke, VT (12.8 mi.)
Barton, VT (15.1 mi.)
Derby Center, VT (15.4 mi.)
East Burke, VT (15.7 mi.)
Columbia, NH (16.4 mi.)
Glover, VT (16.7 mi.)
Rock Island, QC (16.8 mi.)
Derby Line, VT (17.0 mi.)
Stanstead Plain, QC (17.2 mi.)


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