Haunted Places in Vermont

 

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Looking for a place to get spooked this year? Visit one of these scary locations and discover haunted Vermont.

 

Brattleboro Retreat Tower, Brattleboro, Vt. – The tower was built between the years 1887 – 1892, by patients of the previously known as the Vermont Asylum for the Insane. The tower was closed shortly after because patients were jumping to their deaths. Common sightings are a figure jumping but never hitting the ground.

 

Bowman House – Laurel Hall, 3759 Hwy 103, Cuttingsville, Vt. – An apparition, believed to be Mrs. Bowman has been seen. Careful the spirits do not like misbehaving visitors.

 

Hartness House Inn, 30 Orchard Street, Springfield, Vt.– Built in 1904, James Hartness, an inventor, built a system of underground tunnels. Witnesses say objects disappear and show up in another place and that the electricity will go off for no reason.

 

Readmore Inn, 1 Hapgood Street Bellows Falls, Vt. – The structure was built in 1892; a ghost haunts the inn and resides in the Cook’s Room.

 

The Golden Stage Inn Bed & Breakfast, 399 Depot Street, Proctorsville, Vt. – Built in 1788 and a stagecoach stop with a possibility of being an Underground Railroad stop as well; it is said to be haunted by a man and a woman.

 

Saxtons River Inn, 27 Main Street, Saxtons River, Vt. – Built in 1834, a female ghost haunts Room 3 and another entity has been noticed in other places on the premises.

 

For more haunted places throughout Vermont, visit http://www.hauntedplaces.org/state/Vermont

Or take this spooky road trip: http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/vermont/spooky-road-trip-vt/

 

If you have visited any of the locations and had an experience we want to hear about it.  Also, do you know of another place that should be added to our list? Please comment below.

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