The Inn at Jackson

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The inn was built in 1902 as the summer home of Kate Corinne Baldwin, of Baldwin piano fame. It is believed to be haunted by a ghost some call Jason. Unexplained glowing lights are said to appear and disappear here. Room 2 is often described as the most active for paranormal occurrences.

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12 Thorn Hill Rd
Jackson, NH 03846
United States

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44.14324501456575, -71.18125748616876
Carroll County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Jackson, NH (0.1 mi.)
North Conway, NH (6.7 mi.)
Bartlett, NH (6.8 mi.)
Chatham, NH (8.6 mi.)
Stow, ME (9.8 mi.)
Livermore, NH (10.8 mi.)
Conway, NH (11.7 mi.)
Albany, NH (12.8 mi.)
Fryeburg, ME (13.3 mi.)
Lovell, ME (14.4 mi.)

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