The Village Inn

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The restaurant here is said to be haunted by a little boy and a little girl. The boy hangs out in the lounge area, but he runs away whenever anyone comes near him. The little girl is seen walking through a tunnel that runs between the restaurant and the barn building where conventions are held.

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544 Broadway Rd
Dracut, MA 01826-2709
United States

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42.68368252397796, -71.28226062657632
Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Dracut, MA (1.4 mi.)
Lowell, MA (3.9 mi.)
Pelham, NH (4.1 mi.)
Methuen, MA (5.5 mi.)
Tewksbury, MA (5.6 mi.)
Lawrence, MA (6.3 mi.)
Chelmsford, MA (7.2 mi.)
Tyngsboro, MA (7.2 mi.)
North Andover, MA (7.5 mi.)
Andover, MA (7.6 mi.)

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  1. this is true when my uncle had his wedding there the down stairs part was pretty empty.. i remember walking down and seeing a little boy he looked at me and i waved as i walked into the bathroom he sat there and just stared at me, walking into the doors when i came the boy was gone.. i was like 8 and i wanted to play with him but i guess he went home and i ran back up there stairs to where the wedding was held and when i turned around.. he was right where he was; sitting there just staring at me.

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