Stem at Stern Bed and Breakfast

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Stem at Stern Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian inn that has a ghost man who appears at the window when the house is empty. Very cold spots and tapping at the windows in the middle of the night have been reported by guests, as well as a spooky apparition of a man hanging from the tree outside. Some guests have met a phantom man with a distorted face and twisted neck, usually after a big temperature drop.

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Geographic Information

Address:
220 Granville Street
Bridgetown, NS
Canada


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GPS:
44.8414756, -65.27938369999998
Region:
Annapolis County
Nearest Towns:
Bridgetown, NS (6.4 mi.)
Port Lorne, NS (7.5 mi.)
Port Williams, NS (7.5 mi.)
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Dalhousie West, NS (9.2 mi.)
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  1. Please do not visit this place. I visited here in hopes of finding some paranormal activity for my book. I brought along a few friends, which I do not know where they went. They weren’t really friends, i found them and offered them $200 cash, and they agreed. I dont really know where they went, they took my money and ran. I guess they saw a ghost and were scared. I then saw a weird light from outside, and there was a car there. I dont know what the light was, but then the car drove away. and thats all i saw

    • Hannah Mcglynn  |  

      Hi my family live in this house and have lived in this house off and on since 2013. You can’t have entered the house because it is locked up when we aren’t there.
      However.
      We were here in the first three months of 2016. Did you break into our house? If so, how did you manage to do so without waking us? Or was it while we were away.
      In closing, you’re either full of shite or you broke into our house and in doing so broke the law. Feel free to contact me via email
      hannah.m@newimage.ca and confess to either one. If it’s the latter then we will discuss compensation or legal action as there are a few items that just seemed to disappear from our property. We just thought we lost them but now that might not be the case.

      Best wishes

  2. Hannah Mcglynn  |  

    I currently live at this address and if there is something here it’s not an old man, it’s not sinister and there is no reason to come trying to visit and explore/tresspass.

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