The Wharf Rat

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Patrons at this eighteenth century tavern have reportedly seen the apparition of a distressed local man.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

801 South Ann Street
Baltimore, MD
United States

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39.2825678, -76.59094399999998
Nearest Towns:
Baltimore, MD (1.3 mi.)
Mount Vernon, MD (1.7 mi.)
Brooklyn Park, MD (4.0 mi.)
Baltimore Highlands, MD (4.2 mi.)
Dundalk, MD (4.4 mi.)
Lansdowne, MD (4.5 mi.)
Rosedale, MD (4.8 mi.)
Pumphrey, MD (5.1 mi.)
Arbutus, MD (6.1 mi.)
Charlestown, MD (6.2 mi.)


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  1. Once when I visited Baltimore I was standing near a cabinet that was on the wall at the Wharf Rat and the cabinet came away from the wall toward me on one side, by itself. I wasn’t scared, the bar was packed, this was about 2005 or so. It was just like , did that just happen?

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