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Staff at Winery at Marjim Manor say former residents Shubal, Sophia and Lewis Merritt, Charles and Hannah Ring and the Sisters of St. Joseph’s dog Duke haunt the premises.

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    7171 Lake Rd
    Appleton, NY 14008
    United States

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    43.34839, -78.63888
    Niagara County, New York
    Nearest Towns:
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    1. If you go here, get a wine tasting, and they’ll tell you the ghost story. I don’t remember it all, but I think it has to do with a father accidentally shooting one of his sons.
      The wine is great, by the way!

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