Olde Harbour Inn - Real Haunted Place
The Olde Harbour Inn was originally built in 1812 but was destroyed in a fire in the 1890's. The owners rebuilt it over the original foundation and it was an oil company and blue-jean factory until it closed, and was vacant for more than two decades. It opened as the upscale Old Harbour Inn in 1987 and the staff tell stories of a ghost named Hank who smells as if he smokes cigars. It was reported that Hank likes to move people's belongings and drop coins fromt he ceiling.
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