Windsor Rose Tea Room

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Paranormal activities include sightings of shadows of a female in period costume sitting alone at table four. A young lad walking in through the front door going into the restroom locking the door only to find the door locked without anyone in there. Food sliding across the table at table floor reported by customers. Psychics have felt there energy within the building. Employees have heard there names being called in a whisper when they are alone in certain parts of the restaurant.

(Submitted by Marsha G.)

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142 W 4th Ave
Mt Dora, FL 32757
United States

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28.799362, -81.64529600000003
Lake County, Florida
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  1. I have eaten here many times with friends, the stone floor along the downhill side of the restaurant is slanted slightly. If you have glasses or plates on the table with no tablecoth, and there is condensation underneath, the dishes and glasses will slowly slide across the table toward the window. This happens almost every time with cold drinks in glasses, set on the tabletop with no coasters or napkin underneath.

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