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Longfellow’s Wayside Inn
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Ghostly sightingsRest your weary head like a colonial traveler at the country’s longest operating inn—though don’t expect too much sleep. Jerusha Howe, an unwed tenant who died in 1892, is still looking for love in rooms nine and ten. Men have felt her soft breath and awoken to find her spectral visage hovering inches from their faces.
Archived in December, 2015
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