One day, two hundred years ago, a man brought a young woman to stay with him at the tavern. She was ill, and he hired a doctor in an attempt to save her, but he asked no one know her name; shortly thereafter, the nameless woman died. After the woman died, the man left enough money for her medical bills and burial and then disappeared. One can still visit the nameless grave in the heart of the town. The staff at Gadsby’s and certain visitors have reported seeing a candle in the upstairs room where the woman died as well as ghosts. Others have reported hearing footsteps and a woman’s cry.