Occoquan Inn

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The apparition of a Native American man has been seen in the Occuquan Inn, built in 1810. Legend has it that the man was enamored of the owner’s wife, and he was shot when the owner caught him sneaking down the stairs one night. His ghost has been seen in the mirror of the ladies’ restroom, but vanishes when the startled lady turns around.

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301 Mill St
Occoquan, VA 22125
United States

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38.684024, -77.26032409999999
Prince William County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Occoquan, VA (0.0 mi.)
Woodbridge, VA (1.9 mi.)
Lake Ridge, VA (2.0 mi.)
Lorton, VA (2.2 mi.)
Potomac Mills, VA (3.2 mi.)
Dale City, VA (4.2 mi.)
Newington, VA (5.5 mi.)
Fort Belvoir, VA (6.5 mi.)
West Springfield, VA (6.5 mi.)
Montclair, VA (6.6 mi.)

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