The Inn at St. Peter's Village - Real St. Peters Haunt
This establishment dates back to 1881 and was originally built as the Excursion House. It became the inn in 2005 and is rumored to have been a place where foxes were raised in the basement to supply the local huntsmen. There are several spirits that are said to linger here, one is a ghostly infant who has been heard crying and the apparitions of an elderly man bending over can be seen in the halls or on the street in front of the place. The second floor is supposedly the location where a woman once hanged herself, her footsteps have been heard along with creaking sounds.
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