Knox Trail Inn

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The restaurant here is said to be haunted by a soldier from the Revolutionary or Civil War. He is in his late teens or early 20s and is nicknamed Jake. His apparition may appear very briefly. He plays with the electrical systems and may tug on your shirt, but it is said if you go looking for him, he won’t appear.

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Geographic Information

1898 E Otis Rd
East Otis, MA 01029
United States

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42.1733972, -73.03469259999997
Berkshire County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Otis, MA (3.2 mi.)
Blandford, MA (5.5 mi.)
Sandisfield, MA (7.0 mi.)
Chester, MA (7.9 mi.)
Russell, MA (9.1 mi.)
Monterey, MA (9.1 mi.)
Huntington, MA (9.2 mi.)
Tyringham, MA (10.0 mi.)
New Marlborough, MA (10.5 mi.)
Becket, MA (11.2 mi.)


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