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Norwich Inn

Norwich, Vermont
By Lisa

Located in Norwich, Vermont, this inn was built in 1797 by Colonel Jasper Murdock, and was a stagecoach tavern.  In 1920, Charles and Mary “Ma” Walker purchased it.  Legend says that Ma Walker sold bootleg liquor out of the basement during prohibition.  She died years later at the Inn and there have been reports of her spirit still roaming about.  She has been seen walking the upper floors and in the dining room wearing a black formal gown.

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kara dunn says:

April 20, 2015, 3:04 pm

wow idk crazzy **** happens all time . i was sleepin my bed last night n i even fult like there someone n the room with me

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