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Highgate Manor Inn

Vermont, United States
By Lisa

Built in 1818, the Highgate Manor Inn was an Underground Railroad stop during the Civil War due to its tunnels beneath the house.  In 1870, the manor was sold to Dr. Henry Baxter, where he used the manor as his practice.

Legend states that he used his children to conduct medical experiments and that is why most of them didn’t live past the age of 10.  Many believe their spirits still live amongst the corridors of the house.  It is said that you can still see bloodstains from these experiments on the wooden floors, which now occupy the Library.

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