Olde Angel Inn

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The ghost at Olde Angel Inn is said to be Captain Swayze, a British War of 1812 soldier who was murdered by American soldiers in the basement. Witnesses describe a mysterious cold spot that appears on the way to the restrooms. The ghost is said to dislike Americans, and will tamper with Ameribeer kegs.

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Geographic Information

224 Regent Street
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
L0S 1J0, Canada

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43.2551479, -79.07280750000001
Niagara Regional Municipality
Nearest Towns:
Newark, ON (0.5 mi.)
Niagara, ON (0.5 mi.)
Niagara-on-the-lake, ON (0.5 mi.)
Youngstown, NY (1.3 mi.)
Lewiston, NY (6.0 mi.)
Queenston, ON (6.2 mi.)
Port Weller, ON (7.7 mi.)
Ransomville, NY (8.3 mi.)
Stamford, ON (8.5 mi.)
Saint Catharines, ON (10.1 mi.)


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