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One of the oldest inns in America, the Logan Inn has a whole host of ghosts. It was in operation through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. People have claimed to see an American Revolutionary war era soldier beating his ghostly drum through the hotel. In addition people claim to see dancing orbs that are visible to the naked eye. If you are looking for a haunted room, number 6, Emily’s room is apparently the one to get. You can usually tell when she will make an appearance because apparently her manifestations are preceded by the smell of lavender. The basement is also considered a hot spot of paranormal activity.

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    10 W Ferry St
    New Hope, PA 18938
    United States

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    40.3632258, -74.95151859999999
    Bucks County, Pennsylvania
    Nearest Towns:
    New Hope, PA (0.1 mi.)
    Lambertville, NJ (0.5 mi.)
    Stockton, NJ (3.4 mi.)
    Newtown Grant, PA (7.1 mi.)
    Pennington, NJ (8.8 mi.)
    Newtown, PA (9.3 mi.)
    Yardley, PA (9.8 mi.)
    Doylestown, PA (10.1 mi.)
    Tinicum, PA (10.1 mi.)
    Hopewell, NJ (10.1 mi.)

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    1. on the main drag of New hope withextensive outdoor dining facilities this is usually right at the heart of any celebrations in the town. It seems to be losing the battle to stay upscale as it slipsa into more and more csasual dining and has had several changes in ownership of late-they are showing the orange banner of a new liquor applicant just this past saturday. But i don’t get any weird vibe from this place. I suspect they might be playing up the old stories to try and draw in crowds.

    2. They are actually doing a seance every night the week of Halloween. I don’t know if they did that before, but I’m thinking that’s gonna be the best time to see if it’s legit haunted.

    3. I used to volunteer at the Bucks County Playhouse. (this is right after they opened again after the renovation) We used to get ice from the Logan Inn. At the time we were told to go into the basement to get the ice. We had done this on numerous occasions before. As mentioned above, the basement is supposed to be haunted. We had gone to get the ice when the owner (after we had gone back up from getting the ice) said “don’t go in there! It’s dangerous!.” We’ll get the ice for you from now on. This was pretty abrupt, as we had previously been able to get the ice ourselves before.

      After my coworker and I talked this over, she explained that weird things had been occurring there/ were supposed to be happening there. She said that once she was getting the ice and the lights went out on her. Then she heard noises. This apparently really startled her. I totally agree with her. I got a sort of scary/shady/extremely creepy feeling when I was down there. Plus it was really really cold. Unusually cold….

    4. I’ve been here a few times to eat, never a complaint about thee place. However one night while dining in the bar area with my sister and her husband, I was eating my dinner, my legs crossed and bouncing my one foot until I felt someone one kick my foot pretty hard as to say “stop bouncing your annoying foot” lol it was only the three of us in the room plus the bartender and a man at the bar (it was summer and everyone wanted to dine outside) anyway, no one was near my foot, my sister was sitting to my right and her husband was sitting across from her, the kick came from the left side by the empty table next to me. I do remember smelling lavender by the portrait of a couple in the lobby area.

    5. I checked into room 11 and in the corner of the room was a complimentary bottled water ice bucket and two wine glasses, one of the wine glasses slid across the table as if someone was passing it. The hairs on the back of my neck immediately stood up. I knew immediately there was a presence in the room.

    6. I stayed at the Logan in 1993 with my husband. I don’t remember the room number. It was late at night and we were watching TV. I heard a couple arguing loudly and angrily in the room next door. I asked my husband to turn the TV down so he could hear the loud couple. He turned the TV down, listened for 10 seconds or so and heard nothing. During the whole time he was listening, I could hear them fighting but he did not. The painting in the lobby gave me serious creeps. When I got back to work on Monday and told my coworker where I had stayed over the weekend, he told me the Logan was very haunted.

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