The Ghosts that inhabit Norwich Inn
The Norwich Inn is a one of a kind, historic Vermont hotel that dates back to 1797. The Norwich Inn was the first tavern in Vermont to entertain a President of the United States. On July 22, 1817, President James Monroe stayed at the hotel. Many guests have walked the halls of the Norwich Inn but some may have never left.
There would seem to be a number of ghosts occupying the Inn. A lady wearing a long black skirt, is said to have been seen gliding through the building’s parlor, eventually disappearing into the adjoining library. Other ghostly phenomenon include toilets flushing themselves, faucets turning off and on, and rocking chairs eerily rocking away with nobody sitting in them.
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