Old Brick Inn - Kemp House Bed and Breakfast

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This historic bed and breakfast inn dates back to 1807, and was formerly owned by a civil war soldier. The inn is believed to be haunted by the a pair of gentleman who have been heard arguing in a downstairs room, a blue ball of light that flies through the house and slams doors and even Robert E. Lee, who stayed at the former private residence for several nights during a break from a military campaign. His apparition has been seen staring down into the street from an upstairs room.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

492 South Talbot Street
St Michaels, MD
United States

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38.7825056, -76.22293739999998
Talbot County, Maryland
Nearest Towns:
Saint Michaels, MD (0.2 mi.)
Oxford, MD (7.2 mi.)
Easton, MD (7.9 mi.)
Tilghman Island, MD (8.3 mi.)
Grasonville, MD (12.2 mi.)
Trappe, MD (12.3 mi.)
Kent Narrows, MD (12.9 mi.)
Chester, MD (13.8 mi.)
Cordova, MD (13.8 mi.)
Stevensville, MD (14.5 mi.)


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