Jonathan Pasco's

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This restaurant was once a residence, built in 1776, of Revolutionary War soldier Captain Jonathan Pasco. It has been furnished with memorabilia and antiques, and some say the ghost of Jonathan Pasco himself still calls the place home. The apparition of a tall, thin older man has been reported, and staff say they get a general uneasy feeling around the place. Doors are said to open and close on their own, and a paper towel dispenser in the ladies’ room sometimes runs amok and spits out paper towels. Cold spots have been noted here as well.

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31 S Main St
East Windsor, CT 06088
United States

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41.90804276123707, -72.61301021045074
Hartford County, Connecticut
Nearest Towns:
Windsor Locks, CT (2.0 mi.)
Broad Brook, CT (3.5 mi.)
Windsor, CT (4.1 mi.)
Southwood Acres, CT (4.3 mi.)
Enfield, CT (4.8 mi.)
Suffield Depot, CT (5.4 mi.)
South Windsor, CT (5.8 mi.)
Thompsonville, CT (6.2 mi.)
Hazardville, CT (6.5 mi.)
Ellington, CT (7.4 mi.)

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  1. Was there last week for dinner and had a cold breeze rush through me. Boss asked if I was OK and when I told him what I experienced, the waiter (owner) told me what it was and says it happens all of the time. Actually kind of cool, love the unexplained, in this case it was explained.

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