Willow Grove Hotel

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A little girl ghost haunts this Civil War-era hotel. Witnesses sayd she looks as if she had suffered from burns, and she has been seen in the rooms and the hallways. She sometimes pulls on the pant legs of men. No details of the little girl’s history are known.

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655 Main St
Freemansburg, PA 18017
United States

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40.631709, -75.33487400000001
Northampton County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Freemansburg, PA (0.7 mi.)
Middletown, PA (0.9 mi.)
Bethlehem, PA (1.9 mi.)
Hellertown, PA (3.6 mi.)
Fountain Hill, PA (3.8 mi.)
Old Orchard, PA (4.2 mi.)
Palmer Heights, PA (5.4 mi.)
Glendon, PA (5.7 mi.)
Wilson, PA (6.1 mi.)
West Easton, PA (6.1 mi.)


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  1. There used to be a soap factory in Freeman burg during the 1850s it burned down with the family inside,no survivors. I believe this is the little girl at the Willow Grove hotel in Freeman burg PA

  2. She made all of the totes in my gradkids room fly across, both my niece and I were sitting in the living room straighting my hair for a baseball game later that evening, it scared her an I.

  3. Not directly in the hotel,but I was driving home about midnight October 29th and went past the hotel and through the woods there, which I do many times a year. I felt anxious for some reason. As soon as I left the woods near Freemansburg Ave, I felt a great WOOOSH of silence and my anxiety dissipated instantaneously. Sounds crazy but I assure you I am not crazy and the feeling was unsettling. Almost like there were little voices of spirits following me and when I left the woods, I was out of their territory.

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