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Fairfield Inn - Real Fairfield Haunt

   
  • 15 West Main Street
  • Fairfield, PA
  • 717-642-5410
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As one of America's most oldest inn's established in 1757, it continues in operation today as a small luxury hotel. The property was originally the Mansion House of Squire Miller, an original founder of the town. At one point it also served as the grounds for a hospital after battle so Civil War era soldiers were treated here. Many claim the hotel is haunted by several spirits. There's the mischievous soldiers in the kitchen, an old man in the dining area, and a woman that opens doors on the third floor.
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