Forsyth Park Inn - Real Haunted Place
In the 1890's, this inn began as a private home and was owned by Canadian sea captain Aaron Flint "Rudder" Churchill. He died in the home and it was then converted to a boarding house and then an apartment building. It became an inn in the 1980's. It has been rumored that the captain's adopted niece, Lottie, 14, haunts the inn to this day. The legend goes as follows - the captain's wife Lois had a sister named Anna, who came to live at the home with them. Lottie was shocked to one day find Anna and the captain in an embrace. As she was very angry, she decided to poison Anna's tea with oleander from their garden. After Anna passed, Lottie found out that Anna was actually her real mother! Hearing this news, Lottie was sent to an asylum and it troubled her to the very end of her life. People say that Lottie's spirit can be seen in the garden and other locations at the inn, but she usally disappears from sight pretty quickly. She sometimes plays pranks with objects as well.
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