King George II Inn - Bristol PA Haunted Place
- 102 Radcliffe Street
- Bristol, PA
This place is said to be the oldest operating inn in America. Dating back to 1681, it was known as the Ferry House owned by Samuel Clift who operated the ferry service from Bristol to NJ. It served as a small hotel. In 1735 it was sold and expanded to be larger in scale and was renamed to what it is known today.
Those who have stayed here have reported seeing the apparition of a man wearing a top hat and tails. There's also other paranormal activity that's been reported, including silverware moving, chairs moving, pictures flying off walls, and doors slamming for no apparent reason.
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Whoever says it's not expensive is on crack. 38 bucks for 8oz steak. The price of 1 meal will buy you 2 somewhere else. Food is good just way over priced.Posted 4/10/21
I didn’t know it was haunted but I live to eat here great food. Not expensive. Fun in the summer to sit outside and watch the waterPosted 10/16/20
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