Built around 1831, the tavern has a legend relating to a ghost named Amy. She had been a prostitute employed by tavern guests, and died on the job. A bedpost, said to be hers, is on display in the downstairs bar. Her apparition has been seen by staff and even photographed. Also here, witnesses have seen the spirit of an elderly woman, and tricks are played with objects in the bar area.
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- 33 West St
Annapolis, MD 21401
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- 38.97821489383851, -76.49471546710629
- Anne Arundel County, Maryland
- Nearest Towns:
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