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Penn's Cave & Wildlife Park - Real Centre Hall Haunt

  • 222 Penns Cave Rd.
  • Centre Hall, PA
Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park in Centre Hall has some eerie ghost stories surrounding it. The historic location first opened to the public back in 1885 as a show cavern. Ghost hunters have explored the site and one of the most popular tales surrounding it includes the story of a Seneca Indian maiden named Nita-nee who fell in love with a French trapper named Malachi Boyer. The two were forbidden to marry so they ran away together. Unfortunately, the two were captured and Malachi was thrown into Penn’s Cave.

Many of the spirits that are seen here seem to be suspended in mid-air, as if they are offering a protective shield to those passing through below. Strange mists have also embodied at the scene while this happens. The Penn’s Cave and Hotel was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
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