Built in 1770 by the Crary family, this inn is said to have some ghosts in residence. The apparition of Nancy Cracy has been spotted, a gray-haired woman in a shawl. She is seen in the North Room on the second floor, and is rumored to have saved lives there when she awakened the guests after a fire broke out. Another ghost here is a previous owner’s wife. Legend has it that the owner and his wife’s best friend had an affair, and when the wife found out she banned her friend from the place. Twelve years later after the wife passed away, the owner married the best friend. When she had a birthday party in the place, a horrible stench of rotting or decay followed her and her guests from room to room, spoiling the party. Voices and cold spots have been reported by guests and employees alike.
Reports say the inn is no longer open for business.
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- 2750 Gold Star Hwy
Old Mystic, CT 06372
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- 41.389986, -71.97546999999997
- New London County, Connecticut
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