Logan Inn - Real New Hope Haunt
It's one of the oldest inns in America, established in 1727. At the time, it was known as Ferry Tavern. Its original owner was John Wells who ran a ferry to and from NJ across the river. It was also a place where George Washington and his troops stayed during the Revolutionary War. Several ghost continue to haunt the property including soldiers who died here, children who were run over by cars or trains, and other patrons of the past. People have reported the sighting of glowing apparitions, unexplained adjustments to the room, and sounds of cries and moans. Email Haunt
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Orb on my go pro. Video of something touching my girlfriends feet. I’ve been back several times. I only had one experience where I didn’t get any footage. Great place to go for beginners or the pros.Posted 12/15/18
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