Inwood Manor

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Reported to be closed, the Manor was known to be haunted by the ghosts of a woman and her child who drowned in the nearby Connecticut River. Renovations are said to awaken the woman’s ghost, who appears as a smiling lady in a candy-striped dress. She is apparently happy when improvements are made and has welcomed the workers. She has been seen on or floating up the stairs, and her child has been seen on the cellar steps.

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Geographic Information

Old Silo Road
East Barnet, VT
United States

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44.32912149578431, -72.03591728208266
Caledonia County, Vermont
Nearest Towns:
Barnet, VT (2.3 mi.)
Monroe, NH (4.8 mi.)
Saint Johnsbury, VT (6.3 mi.)
St Johnsbury, VT (6.7 mi.)
Danville, VT (7.6 mi.)
Concord, VT (10.0 mi.)
Lisbon, NH (10.1 mi.)
Groton, VT (11.4 mi.)
Bath, NH (11.7 mi.)
Wells River, VT (12.1 mi.)


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