Yankee Pedlar Inn

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The historic 1891 hotel is known for ghostly activity. Alice Conley, one of the original owners, is believed to haunt Room 353, the room in which she died. Ti West’s 2011 horror film “The Innkeepers” is based on the story of this inn.

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    93 Main St
    Torrington, CT 06790
    United States

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    41.80235959779577, -73.12160479695893
    Litchfield County, Connecticut
    Nearest Towns:
    Torrington, CT (0.1 mi.)
    West Torrington, CT (1.6 mi.)
    Northwest Harwinton, CT (2.8 mi.)
    Litchfield, CT (5.1 mi.)
    Winchester Center, CT (6.8 mi.)
    Bantam, CT (8.0 mi.)
    Winsted, CT (8.8 mi.)
    Thomaston, CT (9.2 mi.)
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