The Charlemont Inn

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At the 1787 inn many friendly ghosts are said to reside. You may see spirits of a Civil War soldier in the upstairs hall or a former innkeeper in the tavern. A ghost named Elizabeth likes to throw things, slam doors, and stomp in the halls. She has been known to show herself to and have conversations with young children. Note: This inn may no longer be in operation.

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Geographic Information

118 Mohawk Trail
Charlemont, MA 01339
United States

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42.6277986, -72.87550139999996
Franklin County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Charlemont, MA (0.3 mi.)
Heath, MA (4.2 mi.)
Hawley, MA (4.4 mi.)
Rowe, MA (4.7 mi.)
Buckland, MA (4.9 mi.)
Shelburne Falls, MA (7.1 mi.)
Florida, MA (7.4 mi.)
Ashfield, MA (8.3 mi.)
Savoy, MA (8.9 mi.)
Colrain, MA (9.6 mi.)


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