Inn of the Hawke

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At this 1860s inn there are quite a few ghosts, according to witnesses. Odd noises and occurrences abound here; for example, in the kitchen, pots and pans may lift off their hooks and crash to the floor. Pictures also are often knocked off of the walls throughout the inn.

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74 S Union St
Lambertville, NJ 08530
United States

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40.36273160638544, -74.9435720638237
Hunterdon County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Lambertville, NJ (0.2 mi.)
New Hope, PA (0.4 mi.)
Stockton, NJ (3.6 mi.)
Newtown Grant, PA (7.1 mi.)
Pennington, NJ (8.4 mi.)
Newtown, PA (9.2 mi.)
Yardley, PA (9.6 mi.)
Hopewell, NJ (9.7 mi.)
Ewing, NJ (9.9 mi.)
Woodside, PA (10.4 mi.)

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