Village Green Inn

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This 1804 building is said to be haunted by its original owners, the Dimmick family. Sarah, a teenage daughter who died here in 1823, has been spotted in some rooms wearing an old-fashioned white nightgown. She may hover over guests as they sleep looking at them strangely, as if wondering why they are in her bed. Other male and female apparitions have been seen, including that of Dr. Tripp, another former owner.

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Geographic Information

40 Main St
Falmouth, MA 02540
United States

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41.554453, -70.62037499999997
Barnstable County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Falmouth, MA (0.4 mi.)
Teaticket, MA (1.4 mi.)
Woods Hole, MA (3.3 mi.)
West Falmouth, MA (3.5 mi.)
East Falmouth, MA (3.6 mi.)
Seconsett Island, MA (5.7 mi.)
Monomoscoy Island, MA (6.1 mi.)
North Falmouth, MA (6.3 mi.)
Seabrook, MA (6.6 mi.)
Vineyard Haven, MA (7.0 mi.)


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